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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1892. inn By NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. sun-ehin- oc I quvMlnni In ttir inlml of the merchant who aim itt iucccm. The truly great merchanta their auccuaa to Judiclout advortlilng. It ahuulil liavu i j .i.i.. v..t nu. ...... .jj """"" thet..w. . .. r... otherJL7 precedence of alt VOL. XVII. NO. Irvington Milling tj: :t wiw ftr - )" I A ,, "Motlicr." said llttlo Penrl, "tho you. docs IRVINGTON, KY. nnd hides not lovobecuitBO It runs nwny itself it is afraid A Bomothing on your bosom. Now, see! Is, playing, n good way oft". Merchant nnd Custom Millers, Tiioro it Stand you here, nnd let mo run iu-catch it. I atn but n child. It will pot Grain Dealers and Manufacturers fleo from mo. for I wear nothing on my bosom yet," "Nor over will, my child. I hope, of tho said Hester. "And why not, mother!" asked Pearl, stopping Khort,' jnst nt the Iwinning of her nico. "Will not it come of its own nccord, when I am n woiilun grownr "Run nway. child," answered hei ingtomywnlsMlfntoiiguoofPontceobt wero siwaking! mother, "and catch tho sunshinee" li and discern tho nnd thou look inward gaV-- ' black reality of what will soon bo gone" they Idolize? I huvo laughed. In bitterPonrl sot forth nt n great pneo, nnd, ni ness and of'hcnrt, Ileator smiled to porcoivo, did actually between agony 1 seem at tire contrast 1 what ami MsSSwWSmSm m o AxSIIQIaWU. catch tho sunshino, and stood laughing And witan laughs nt Itt" and what m in Uio midst of it, nil brightened by IU "Yon wronged yournelf in this," said splendor nnd scintillnting with Uio vi- Hester gently. vacity oxcitcd by rapid motion. ' sorely rcpcutetL "You hnvoIs deeply and Your bIii lrt behind When her elf child hod clcpnrtPd. you in Uw days long twst. Your pros lloatcr Pryimo imwlo a step or two to cut lifo is not lees Ikily, In very (IV ward tho truck that lod through tho for. than it seems In people's eyes. Is truth, there est, but still remained undor tho deep no roality in tlw ponitonco thus sealed shadow of tho troos. Sho leheld the nnd witnesfcd by good works? And minister advancing along tho path en- wherefore should It not bring you peuco?"' tirely alouo and leaning on n stall "No, Hestor, im," replied tho clergy-mawhich ho luvd cut by tho wnysido. He "Thero is no snUrtunoo in it. It looked haggard nnd feoblo nnd botrayed is cold and dead nnd can do nothing for n nerveless despondoncy in Ids nit mo. Of penance 1 havo hud enough. which hud never so remarkably charac- Of ponltenco .thero hns been nono. EUe terized him in his walks about tho set- I slrould tlement, nor In nny other situntion garments long ago havo thrown oft these of whero ho deemed himself linblo to no- sltown myself mock holiness and have to mankind as thoy will Hero It was woofully vislblo, in tice. bco mo at tho judgment scat. Happy this intense seclusion of tho forest, Hester, that wear tho scarlot which of itself would hnvo been n heavy aro you. your bosom. Mine trial to tho spirits. Thero was a Hstless-nos- s lotter' openly uponThou littlo knowest in his gait, as if ho saw no reason burns, iu secret. for taking ono step farther, nor felt any what a rolicf it is, after tho torment of deslro to do so, but would hnvo been a Bovcn years' cheat, to look into nn cyo glad, could ho bo glad of anything, to that recognizee mo for what I nm. Hady 1 ono friond or wero it my worst ono-mfling hiniBolf down at tlto root of the to whom, when sickened with tho , nearest tree and Ho thero passive ft 1 praises Tho leuvos might bestrew betake of nil otlmr men, could daily ".AmploTcapital, tho best quality myself nnd lx known ns the him and tha soil gradually accumulate vilest of nil sinners, mothlnks my soul of grain and modorn machinery, and form a littlo hillock over his fraiiio, might keep itself nlivo thereby. Even no matter whether thoro wero life in it thus much of truth would suvo mo. no. skillfully handled enable us to pro- or 1)0 Death wus too definite nn object Out now it is nil fulselwod all emptito wishod for or avoided. ness all death!" To nestcr's eye tho Reverend Mr. duce results unsurpassed. Hester Pryiino looked Into his faco, Dimmcsdnlo exhibited no symptom of positive nnd vivacious safforing except but hesitated to speak. Yet. uttering Ordors;promptly filled and caro-- ! that, ns littlo Penrl had remarked, he his long restrained emotions sc as ho did, his words hero offered hand over hijl heart. In ' keptjhls 'as tho minister her tho very point of mi attention given to Slowly walked, ho had which to iutcrpoM) what circumstancessay. sho came to nlinost gono by before Hester Prynne. her foars and spoke. CUSTOM WORK. could gather voice enough to nttriet Ida "Such n friond as thou hast oven now observation. At length sho succeeded. wishod for," Baid sho. whom to "Arthur Dlmmesdalol" sho said fah.t-l- wcop over thy sin thou "with iu me tho For any further information call hast at first; then louder, but hournely. partner of It!" Again sho hesitated, but "Arthur Diminesdalot." on or address the brought out tho words, with nn effort, "JVVho speaks!" answered the minis'''Thou hast long had bucIi an enemy, ter. Gathering himself (prickly np. he and dwollost with him under the same roof!"" stood moro erect, liko u man taken by Tho minister started to his feet, gaspsnrpriso in a mood to wjiich ho was reCOMPANY. luctant to have witnesses. Throwing ing for breath ami clutching nt his heart his eyes anxiously in tho direction of the as if ho would huvo torn it out of his bosom. voico, ho indistinctly beheld u form uncried ha "Hnl Whnt snyest IRVINGTON, KY. der the trees clad in garments so som- "An cnemyl ami underthou?" own roof! mino ber and so littlo relieved from the gray twilight into which tho clouded sky nnd What mean you?" Hestor Prynno was now fully eonsiblo tho heavy foliago had darkened the sImj wuh noontido, that ho knew not whether it of tho deep iujury for which to this nnhnppy mnn in wero a woman or a shadow. It may bo him to Ho for so many years, or, that his pathway through lifo was haunted thus by a specter that had indeed, for n single moment, nt tho mercy of ono whoso purposes .could not stolen out from among his thoughts. bo otlwr Wo have the largest Fall 'Ho imulo a step nigher and discovered contiguity than malotoioat Tho very of his enemy, betenth whattho scarlet letter. Stock ot "Hester! Hester Prynne!" sakl he. ever mask tho latter might conceal himself, was enough to disturb tho magnetic "Is It thou? Art thou In lifer "Even oot" sho answerod. "In such sphero of a being .so sensitivo as Arthur lifo as has been mine these sevon years Dimmosdalo. Thero luul been a period putt Ana thou, Arthur Lniuinosaule, when Hester was loss nlivo to this considerations or perhaps In Uio misanthrodost thou yet llvoT It was no wonder that thoy thus ques- py of her own troublo sho left tho ministioned ono another's actual nnd bodily ter to bear what slw might picture to txlstenco nnd even doubted of their own. horself ns n moro tolcrnblo doom. But of So strangely dic they ntect in tho dim lato, sluco tho night of his vigil, all her wood that it was Hko tho first oucountei sympathies towurd him luul boon both In tho workl boyond Uo gravo of two softened and Invigorated. Slio now toad spirits wlw hod been "intimately con- his heart moro accurately. Sho doubted nected in their former lifo, but now not thnt tho continual preoouco of Roger stood coldly shuddering in mutual dread, ChilHngworth tho Bocrot poison of his ns not yet fnmilinr with their state, nor malignity infecting all tho air about wonted to the companionship of disem- him and his authorized interference as n n physician with the minister's physical a ghost We bodied beings. EachgJnwt! nnd Ever in the Oounty. nt tho other Thoy woro nnd spiritual infirmities that theso bad Bwostricken Hkowlso at thomsolves be- - opportunities had been turned to n cruol have tho causo tlw crisis flung back to thorn their purpose. By means of thorn Uio sufferconsciousness and rovoalod to each heart er's cqnsclouco hud been kept in au irriHa history and experience, as lifo nover tated state, tho tendoncy of which was does oxoept at such breathless opochs. not to, euro by' wholesomo pain, but to Tho soul behold Its features in tho mir- disorganize and corrupt his spiritual ror of tho passing moment It was with being. Its result on earth could hardly fear and tremulously, and, as it wore, fail to bo insanity, nnd hereafter that by a slow) reluctant necessity, Uint Ar- oternal alienation from tlw good and thur Dimmcsdnlo put forth his hand, truo, of which madness is perhaps tho chill ns doath, and touched tlw chill oarthly typo. Such wus tho ruin to which slio luul hand of Hester Prynno. Tho grasp, cold as it was, took away what wus brought tlio man onco nay, why should dreariest in tho interview. Thoy now wo not speak it still so pussionotel) folt themselves nt least Inhabitants of loved! Hester felt thut tho sacriflco ot To please everyone. tho clergyman's good namo, and death tho samo sphero. We are determined to do Without n word moro spoken neither itself, as sho had already told Roger bo nor sho assuming tho guidance, but ChllllngworUi, would havo been infinitethe business. with nn nnoxpressed coiibcnt thoy ly proforablo to tho oltoruativo which choose shadow of tho back Try to come early to avoid glided whenceinto thehad emerged, and sho had taken upon herself tohod tluV And now, rather than hnvo woods, Hester vrrong confess, of the rush. Bring your Dried sat down on tho heapbeenmoss whero sho griovoushavo hiin todown on sho would tho forest sitting. When gladly and Pearl had before anu Fruit for we are paying high-es- t thoy found voico to speak it was at first leaves foot men tneru at Arthur uimmes-dalo'- s only to utter remarks nnd Inquiries such "0 Arthur," cried she, "forgivo niol market price for it. ns any two acquaintances might hnvo raado about tho gloomy sky, tho threat- In all things olso I hnvo striven to bo ening storm nnd noxt tho health of each. truo! Truth wus tho ono virtuo which Thus thoy wont onward, not boldly, but 1 might have hold fust, and did hold stop' by step Into tho themes that were fast through all extremity, savo whou 200 pnira Missus' and Children's brooding deepest in their hearts. So thy good, thy life, thy famo, woro put .Shoes, - worth 76p. to $1,50 nt 85c. long- cetrangod by fato and circum- In question! Then I consented to a ISO pnirs Children nnd Boys' Boots But a lio is nover good, ovon stances, thoy heeded something slight worth $1.25 to 2.00 nt 75c. and casual to run Iwforonnd throw open though death threatcu'em tho other nldql ,tho doors of intorcourho, so that their Dost thou not see what I would say? s 000 pairs Mens' Boots, sizes 0 to 11 " real thoughts might bo lod acrosi thoT That old man, tho physician ho whom . worth $2.00 2.50 nt $1.25 , thoy call Roger Clillliugworth ho was i threshold. IM pairs Ladles' Calf'Shoes After awhilo tiro minister fixed his my husband! Worth $1.75 to 2.00 nt 08c. oyes on Hester Prynno's. Tho minister looked at hor for an "Hester," snid ho, "hast thou found with all tho violcuco of pashiou pence?" which intermixed, iu moro shapes than ., ' She smiled drearily, .looking down ono, with his higher, purer, softer qualupon her bosom. ities was, n f.u't, tho ixirtiou of him BRANDENBURG, KY. "Hnst thou'" sho asked. which tho devil claimed and through "Nono nothing but dcsjuir!" ho an- which ho sought to wiu tho rest Nover ' n. itapW ippSMiUa T JJ swerod. "What olso could 1 look for, g was there a bl.toker or n fiercer frown what I nm. nnd leading such a lifo than Hester now encountered. For tho WAYNE'S us mine? Wero I un nthoist a man briof space that it lusted it was n dnrk OINTMENT But his character had of conscience n wretch with coarse transfiguration. wWn.t u; liUnU -V U' and brutal Instincts 1 might ha vo found boon so much enfeebled by suffering Itch, all Ur. o peuco long ero now, Nay, 1 no vor should tint ovon its lower ouorgiea woro ItraeUnl .a tti. kit hlUl ftoM. A... Ulvlar ' hnvo lost it! But us matters stand with of nioic than u temporary struggle tlfcl M..P. kli. .ilk..l.J.7 Ml V; 3;ul.w. w pmi kf gull ar to 01. AMrmDa. my soul, whutover of good capacity thero Ho sank down on tho ground and buried originally wus in me, a of God's gifts his fui'O.tii his huuds. v. i i, ,., :r r "1 might have known It," munnnred that wero tho choicest huvo bocomo tho Now tiling In writing papers and tnb-teministers of spiritual torment Hester, he. "I did know it! Wus not tho secret at Babbaffe's. 1 am most miserable!'' told me ill tho natural recoil of my. heart COMPANY. Highest Grades "Tho peoplo rovcronco thco," said Ilcstor. "And nurely thou workost good among them! Doth this bring thco no comforts'' "Moro misery, Heater! only tho moro misery!" nnsworcd the clersyinnn. with n bitter sinllo. "As concerns tlw good which 1 tuny njijieur to do. 1 ha o no faith in it It must needs lx a dolm-lou- . What can u ruined soul Hko mine effect toward tho redemption of otlmr souls? or n polluted soul towurd their purification? And as for the people's reverenco would that it wero turned to scum nnd hutred! Canst thou deem It, Hester, n consolation that 1 must stand up in my pulpit ami moot so many eyou turned upward to my face, ns if the light or heaven wcro'bonming from sep my flock hungry for tho truth nnd listen it -aUPak j,....,jrm L Roller Process n. Roller Process Corn. IMIeaJ. Bran,..Shjpstuff and vcho-ment- ly y icacy! tho horrlblo ugliness of this exposure of a sick and guilty heart to Uio very oyo thut would gloat over It! woman, thou nro nccountablo for this! I euntibt fo'rglve thee!" "Thoushult forgivo mo!" cried Hestor, flinging herself on tho fallen leaves him. "Let God punish! Thou shalt forgivo!" With sudden and desperato tenderness sho throw her arms around him and pressed his head against her bosom, littlo curing though his cheek rested on tho scnrlot lotter. He would hnvo hlmsolf, but strove iu vain to do bo. Hestor would not set him freo lest he should look her stonily In Uio fueo. All tho world hod frowned on her for sovon long yours luul It frowned upon this lonely woman nnd Btill sho Iwro it nil, nor.over once turned nway hor firm, sad oyes. Heaven likewise had frowned upon her and sho had not died. But tho frown of this palo, weak, sinful uud sorrow stricken mnn was what Hester could not bear nnd live. "Wilt thou yet forarivo mo?" sho over and over again. "Wilt Uiou not frown? Wilt thou forgive?" "1 do forgivo you, Hester." ropliod the minister at length, wiUi a deep ntter-nnc- o out of nn nbyss of sadness, but ml ngcr. "1 freely forgivo you now. May God forgivo us both! Wo nro not, Hester, tho worst sinners in tho world. Thero is ono worse than oven tho polluted priest Thut old man's rovengo has been blacker than my sin. Ho has violated, in cold blood, tho sancUty of a human heart Thou and 1, Hester, nover did so." "Never, nover!" whispered sho. "What wo dlil had a consecration of its own. Wo felt it bo! Wo Baid so to tach other! Hast thou forgotten i' " "Hush, Hester!" said Arthur Dimmcsdnlo, rising from tho ground. "No: 1 hnvo not forgotten!" They sat down again, sldo by sido nnd hand clasped In hand, on tho mossy trunk of tho fallen tree. Lifo had nover brought thorn n'gloomior hour. It was tho point whither their pathway had so long been tending nnd darkening over as it stolo along, and yet it incloaed a charm that mudo them linger upon it and claim another and another nnd nftor all anothor moment. The toiest wus obscuro around them nnd croaked with n blast that was passing through it. The boughs wero tossing heavily above their heads, whilo one solemn old treo grwuied dolefnlly to another, ns If telling tho sad story of tho pair that sat beneath or constrained to forebode evil to Wo-mnbo-sl- nt the first sight of hlm.nnd as often as I have seen him Bnce? Why did 1 not understand? O Hostor Prynno. thou littlo, little knowest nil Uio horror of Uiis Uilng! Anil tho shaiuol Uio Indel- Germany, in Franco, in pleasant uuiy thou wouldst lw beyond his power nnd knowledgol And whnt hast thou to do with nil theso Iron men nnd their opinions? They havo kept thy better part In bondngo too long already!" "It cannot beP nnswered tho minister, listening ns if ho wero called uixjn to realize n drenm. "I nm owcrlcs to got Wretched nnd sinful ns I nm. 1 havo had no other thought than to drng on my earthly oxlstonco iu , the sphero whero Providence hath placed mo. Lost na my soul is, 1 would still do whnt 1 mny for other hitman souls! I dure not quit my iost, though an unfaithful sentinel, whoso sure rewsid is death nnd dishonor, when his dtv.ry wutch shall come to an end!" "Thou nrt ertu-hetinder this seven years' weight of misery." replied Hester, fervently uwlvod to buoy him up with her own energy. "But tlwu shnlt leave It all behind thee! It shall not eumlter thy steps, as thou trendest along tho forest path: neither shnlt thou freight tho ship with It, If thou prefer to crow tho sen. Loave this wreck and ruin hore whero It hnth happened. Meddlo no more with it! Begin nil unowt Huat Uiou exhutu xl poRj.ibility In tho failure of this ono trial? 'Not wt Tho future is yet full of trial nnd success. Thero is happiness to bo enjoyed! There is good to bo clone-Exchange this false lifo of thino for n truo one. Bo. if the bpirit summon Uiee to such a mitsion. thq teacher and upostlo of tho red men. Or as is moro thy nature bo a scholar nnd n sago among tho wisest nnd most renowned of tho cultivated world. Prcnch! Write! Act! Do anything, savo to lio down nnd dio! Givo up tins namo of Arthur Dimmchdulo and innko thyself another, nnd a high ono, such as thou canst wear without fear or shame. Why shouldst thou tnrry so much ns ono other day in tho torments that hnvo bo gnawed into thy life I that have mado thco feeblo to will nnd to do! that will lenvo thee poworlcss oven to repent! Up and away!" "O Hester!" cried Arthur Dimmes-dalin whoso oyes a fitful light, kindled by her enthusiasm, flashed up and died away, "thou tellest of running a raco to a man whoso knees are tottering beneath him! 1 must dio here! Thero is notlho strength or courngo left mo to venture into tho wide, strnngo. difllcult world nlono!" , It wns tho last oxprcsvsiou of tho do spondency of n brokon spirit. Ho lacked energy to grasp tho better fortune Uiat Boomed within his reach. Ho repeated the word. "Alone, Hester!" "Thou shalt not go alone!" answered sho in u deep whiscr. Then all was sicken! e, POLK'S NOT YET? TEMPORARY QUARTERS Nurse TOBINSPORT, li Wo wIhIi to pay to tho furmftj adjoining counties and nil wc interested in , Fruit Growu That wo cni furnish you good quulitji)f trees, and in respects neuer uinn nny Having ha'd a vast umoontj limftncinvo claim that our stl ns good ns the best. Our vc principals dono dono by ours and thus wo avoid Uio many" takes made by other growca WlirulfMMlWtllmuuvjI 321 MARKET, CET. THIRD AND FOURTH, LOUISVILLE'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE. Then we're after you ! After you to say to you that, if yo'vci not yet bought our FALL SUIT or OVERCOAT, you want to eomo or send to LEVY'S lieforo you do buy. Firstly, because you'll find Better goods nnd Moro of them nt LEVY'S than nt nny other Louisville clothing house. Secondly, because prices nt LEVY'S nro Very Much Lowor than nt other houses lowvr Now liecauso LEVY'S is iu Temporary Quarters and committed to the pulley nf giving Profits to the People for a short tlni", that the Popularity of be increased to LEVY'S may then-bthe greater glory" of LEVY'S in the future. A MAIL ORDER, with cash, will answer nnd If when you get the e.oo Is, you don't find them the Very Best you oversaw for the money, return tin in nnd get back your money. iiiivm - p m Nurrcry Ftock. from us can be relied upon as truo to namo and of oxccllcntTl ty. Tho Nursery having storl test oi halt a century, clatr it iB ns good as any othor, ncrienco it is said "makes per Our prices aro correspond: low, and will bo mado know&jj who will writo for them.tj handlo all kinds of fruiwi growers need in our latitude,! if you will givo us a trial w ouito sure wo will over aftei ' friends. What yuuj W. E. Polk & Brc a2 INSTRUCTOR TOBINSPORT, If CLARENCE M. GORDON IN raf fsra n SHORT-HAN- D & TYPE-WRIT- I1 Also (fu connection with Weaver's RusIiicbh College.) Book-keeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic Tho Graham System, Oaligraph and IRVINGTON MILLING COiME DRESS.GOODS, BOOTS, icr-mitti- SHOES, And CLOTHING awo-ttricko- ASSORTMENT, STYLES AND PRICES, Special Sale. - ut Geo. Yeakel & Co., bo-lo- mu if! B A nXJIl Or BUN8II1NC. And yot they lingered. How dreary Arthur Diuimesijalo gazed into Hestho forest truck that led Uick-war- d to tho settlement, whero Hestor ter's face with a look iu which hoiw nnd Prynno must tako un again tho burden joy bIiojio cut iiniewl, but with fear beof her ignominy and tho minister tho twixt them, and u kind of hoirur nt hor hollow mockery of his good namo. So boldness, who had spoken what ho tlioy lingered nn instant longer.. No vaguely hinted nt, but dared uot speak. But Hester Prynno, with a mind of golden light hjwl cvor been so precious ns tlto gloom of this dark fiirest Hero, native courugo nnd activity, nnd for so Etvn only by his eyes, tlw scarlet letter long a period uot merely estranged, but need not burn into tho bosom of tho outlawed, from society, hml habituated fullon woman! Here, soon only by hor horself to such latitude of speculation as oyes, Arthur Dlmmesdulo, false to God wns altogether foreign to tho clergy, and man, mbjht bo for ono momont mnn. Sho hnd wnndorcd, without rule or guidnnco, in a morul wilderness; ns true! Ho started nt a thought that suddenly vast, as intricate and Bhudowy as tho untamed forest, nmid tlw gloom of occurred to him. "Hester," cried ho, "hero is a now hor- which thoy wero now holding n colloquy ror! Roger ChilHngworth knows your that was to decide their fate. Her intellect nnd heart luul their home, as it purpoho to reveal his truo character. bIio Will lw coutinuo, then, to keep our se- woro, in desert places, whero cret? What will now bo tlw courso of roamed as freely as tho wild Indian in his woods. his revenge?" For years past sho hnd looked from "Thero is a strange secrecy in his nature." replied Hester thoughtfully, "and this estranged point of viow at httmnu it hits grown upon him by tho hidden Institutions, nnd whatever priests or practices of nis revenge. I deem it not legislators hnd established; criticising likely that ho will betray Ura secret. all with hardly more reveronco than tho Ho will doubtless seek otlier means of Indian would feel for tho clerical bund, Uio judicial robo, tho pillory, tho .galsatiating his dark passion." "And I how am I to livo longer, lows, tho fireside or the church. The breathing tho snmo air with this deadly tendency of her fato mid fortunes hml been to bot her five. Tlw scarlot lettet cnomy?" exclaimed Arthur Dimmosdnlo, shrinking wiUiin himself nnd pressing was her passport Into regions where his hand nervously against his heart, n other women dared not trend. Shamo, gesture that hnd grown involuntary despair, solltudo! Theso had leen her with him. "Think for mo, Hester: teachers stem nnd wild ones nnd they hnd mndo her strong, but taught hor Tlwu art strong. Resolve for mol" "Thou must dwell no longer with this much nmiss. Tho minister, on the other hand, had man," said Hester slowly nnd firmly. "Thy heart must bo no longer under his nover gono through nn oxporioneo calculated to lead him boyond tho scope' of ovil oyer in "It wero far woroo than death!" re- generally received laws; although,trans-a plied tho minister. "But liow to avoid single instunco, ho hod so fearfully it? What choice remains to me? Shall gressed ouo of tho most sacred of them. I lio down again on theso withered leaves, wlwro I cost myself when thou continued. didst tell mo what ho wns? Must I sink down thoro nnd dlo nt oncoT BIiih Crlnto l 1'lutt Auln. "Alas, what n ruin has befallen thco!" Piatt still holds his grip said Hester with tho tears gushing into on tho New York machine, every ono of her oyes, "Wilt thou dio for very weak- his old lieutenants being, ness? There is no other causo!" their places on tho statu committee. Tho "Tho judgment of God it on mo," an- administration must innko terms with swered tho conscience Btrickcn priest. CinclnnaU Euquircr. "It is too mighty for mo to struggle Piatt with!" A WMoaproiul DomiMwt. "Heaven would show mercy," reThe national convention In making joined Hester, "hndst thou but tho Grovor Clovelund its nominee acted in itrength to tako advantago of strong for mop nnswered ho. rosiwnso to tho demand so widespread, "Bo thou so enthusiastic and so insistent that it "Adviso mo whnt to do." could not bo resisted. San Francisco "Is tho world, then, so narrow?" Hester Prynno, fixing her deep Examlnor. oyes on tho minister's and instinctively Nirt SIcKlnlo)-I'utti-i- et. exorcising a magnotio power over a spirit Canada is praying for ruin. It is n so shattered and subdued tliat it could cheaper plan than ours of paying for It hardly hold Itself erect "Doth tho treasury; but. then lio within tho compass of yondor out of Uio federal McKlnloy-fattened town, which only a littlo timo ago wiu Canada Is not a pros1orous, counter. Philadelphia Roooid. loaf strewn desert, as lonely as this but a around us? Whithor loads yonder; forest track? Backward to tho settlement,1 thou sayeatl Yes, but onward too. Deeper it goes and deeper into tho wilderness less plainly to bo soon at every step, until eomo fow miles henco tho yellow leaves will show no vestige of Uio white man's tread. Thoro thou art freel So brief a journoy would bring thee from a of a world whero thou hast boon most wretched to ono wlwro thou inayest still bo happy! Is there not shado enough in all this boundless forest to hido thy heart from tho gaxo of Roger Chilling-worth?- " come. CHAPTER XIII. looked Remington Typo-wrlt- c r;HT'-:HKKFEHENCICF for information, W m i The only College in the Plate of Kentucky indorsed by Olllcial Report KstabliHlii'd In 18!)I,aud dining the first year One Hundred Pupils wel Enrolled. This speaks for itself. We Got you a Situation as Soon as you Become vuiiipcbouu iu uuiu una. - D Charles A. Graham. Clnrenco E. Walker, tho lending Official Stenographers of tho city. tor catalogue1, address Wrlto to til OlsuxerLce :MI. G-ord.o- n., Corner Fourth and Market Streets, LOUISVILLE, KYs IT 18 A DIITY you oworonnrlf nuil ftini. f la net the bent vnluu for your money. Kconomlze In your footwear by pureliRiliiE W. Is. llouElno rihoei, which represent tlio bllt! 7'Vn taT Price aikcd, am thouauuiU will Unify. 5.00 44.00 .43.00 $3.50 42.50 FOR ,'m.,,Al f42.00 1 42.50 OS LADIES 42.25 sE 42.00 rtl !Mfc 42.00 41.75 ron boys .v (0 THE fl .f Mfcf y mB M9Tb. . 41.75 vm'w y m W. L. DOUGLAS Grover Cleveland told Adlai Stevens S3 SHOE BEST SHOE thut it is a positive fact that he overlie? ot OTHUlt Ht'EOIAI.TIKS la repretent a far bejond that and Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw Reid tl oa TAKKNOHIJIIHTITIITK. ... I,. Douiilua, IlrocUtou, Mnaa. James jd. weaver naa staiea in tne pr( llumbluloii, Clovcrport, Iluwiucr ence of Jas. G. Field that John Bidwell al Senators, Congressmen, Judges, great J. B. Oranfill heard Thos. L. Carter, Chail Lawyers, Professors, ALL pronounce the I. W. HARPER WHISKEY superior man of the National Republican Committel to tho finest French Ilrnndy. The and W. H. Harritty, Chairman of the physicians prcFcribe it on account of its purity. For sale by tional Democratic Committee say, that cEN-ffiW,,, IN THE WORLD FOR THE UOKEY. footwear nro money value loo ino high grade, nnd name tho prlcci chanted. See prlco axo ttamped bottom of each ahoe. Bold by Ky. A: lead-i- n ir F. M. POPHAM, CLOVEHl'OHT, KY. Favorite Stoves and Range: Sell easier nnd givo better satisfaction than all others, nnd nro mndo nt TAX PAYERS. Your tniei bare been due ilnce lit There will be a lay or February, due Ibe County and Plate November Wt, I8U2, of $17,000, wl,lch amount muot be jxil'l nn it befuro tbat date, and we must ooltect the duo to meet tald demand. The tnxe' now law provide that A per cent, shall bo added tn all taxea unpaid on the lit day of November, 1892. And In order lo give the tax payer) n opportunity tn iavo ml I additional percent and coit of eolloctlnni, I or ore of my deputies will meet them nt tho following timei and placet to revet to and eolloct taxii) and nil periimi fulling or refuting to meet ui at the appointed tluiei and placet may expect to be for 18V2 PIQUA, OHIO, Ky tho if' nt Favorite Stove and Range Gomi Who have the model stove plant America, tne greatest country y on earth. unl-vor- NERVOUS DEBILITY cured by the use AVER'S do-vo- id Sarsaparilla Tones the system, cent, and pqulred to pay the additional all coit of collection! according lo law. Our time li rhort for tho collection of thli money, to don't aU ui tn wait any longer we can't PUBLIC SPEAKING. (lo It Mett ua promptly ami pay your ihxoi. Let no man lay thli notion li not Intended for HON. A. 11. MONTGOMKUY, Uoino-crtitl- c hhn, fur It l Intended Tor every man that noiniiico for Congress, for tho owei ui tnxei. Fourth Cpngrosslonul District', will adJ, 8. IJFRNKTTK,8. n. 0. W.I IUMMW, D. 8. 11. 0, dress tho people on tho Political issues 11. mansff. s. n. c. of thu day, nt tho following times nnd 11. A. (1LASSC0CK, V. 8. D. 0. ir PAYNE & C0i Glove rport, Ki m Ji' Public Speaking ;w 'j&a Tho county cnndidntcH for Sherlll', . " Circuit Court Clork, will spcukat) following places: Oct, 1. Irvlngton, Saturday Dowleyvltlft, Tuetday ...... " 4. lllg Spring, Wednciday . 5. " 8. Culler, Thurtday Friday 7, lludionrlllo. MoDantelt, Saturday 8. Rock Vale, Monday ' 10. Clatfleld, Monday .,,., ' SI, Wett View, Tuetday -- Nov. 1. Stone'i Store, Wednesday.. " 1, f Hall, Tburtday.... " S. Liberty 4. Clavemort. Krldir .., lllte'i ltun.. Friday, . at nlirht. HoV. 4. I .r j, FOR SALE. farm containing one hundred acrai, fifty Improved and Ilia balance In timber, good two tory frame building containing llx roomi, all nrreiary out building, good cittern and good garden pot, and a variety of fruit, a.tuaUd In Iho tuhurhi nf Dig Spring, In. liar-dicounty Will tell on reatnnablo tarnit or rxcliange for tewn propotty. For partlcul.n A plnces: Incn-pabl- te "Yea, Hester; but only undor tho fallen loaves!" replied tho minister, with a sad sinilo. "Then thoro is tho broad pathway of tha scar continued Hostor, "It brought thco hither. If thou so chooso, it will bear thco back again. In our nativo o land, whother in somo remote rural or In vast London or surely in vil-Ipg- makes the weak strong. will cure llardlniburg. Monday Oct. 171b, Cloverporl, Tuetday Oct. 18th. Oct, lVth. Irrlngton, Wedne-da- y Union Star, Tburtday Oct. 311th. rynrivll)e(Mendoco.) Friday Oct. 21st. (luiton (MeaJe co.) Saturday Oot. 2!d. Cures Others you. iipldj t'l A.V.MOORMAN, Dig Hjiring, Ky. Speaking to begin at I o'clock p. in. His oppononui ura requested to bo jirvH out and cfpial division of tltuo will Im given them. Epeaklng lo begin at 1 o clock p. each of said points, except .Jute fl and there nt 7 o'clock,), m, ; ., j. . Tun pcoplo's party folks aro puttingup a ery pitiful cry about General Weaver Ken Itliodcs and Dick Skilluiau arc a having been driven out of Georgia. Rut WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1802. tho fact of tho business is, Mr. Weaver good pair to draw to. was not run out of Georgia. After ho "O.S VIUGILG.nAIinAGE, Editor, and Can yon find anything better than old found out how tho Stale was in this presiFropricton. j4 fashioned Democracy. dential business, ho simply moved out on I St. I., tc T. Local Tlmo Card. his own motion. Mr. Weaver Knows bet10.01 a.m. ini SxpreH coins Eait Wk want a fow real old fashioned De- ter tiian anybody clso that ho is not in V. -- 10.44 a.m. " Weit 6.5T p.m. mocratic speccliB to wako up tho boys. tho race for president. iRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Now York is nil right. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, Brief BuyPointed Is Grrover Cleveland's Letter of Acceptance. He i ooixo fiat. Pauengor Dally rr. HrJlniburglJ:41 p.m. ooixa RABT. I'mengor Dally arr. Hardlnibnrg. 7tS0 a.m L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. i freight " Et Wet " Eait " Weil SU8 -11.19 -- IU.U9 p.m. a.m. a.m. OUR CANDIDATES. jmocratic Ticket. FOIl PSESIDENT, LOVER I, CLEVELAND, T OF NEW YORK. President Harrison in his letter of acJuixik William B Fleming will speak at Hordlnsburg Monday, Oct. 17th, and ceptance says: "Tho placing of sugar upon tho free list has saved to tho conin this city at night. sumer in duties in fifteen months, after Tiik county canvass opened up Mon- paying tho bounties provided for, Tills relief lias been substantiday with less enthusiasm than wo have ally felt in every household upon every known it in the last fifteen years. Saturday's purchaso of tho workingmnn." Ramsey and Cart will bring up their This of courso is the truth, or President side of the county witli an increased Harrison would not say so, nnd now if democratic majority. You may depend that amount was saved from the hard earned wages of tho laboring man in so on that. short a time,by putting the single article F. T. Hagood ought to boonthocoun-t- y of sugar on tho frco list, why would it Democratic Committee. Ho is ono of notsavo them still moro by putting many tho best workers, and can toll you more other articles, that are equally as necesabout local politics than 'any man in tho sary for our cxistcn:o as sugar, on the county. free list 7 Tho President's languago is good Democratic doctrine, nnd just what attorney Gen'l Hkndiiick has tho Democrats have always been claimtho opinion that tho election bill ing, nnd it must iinvo been a thoughtless is all right, and does not requiro tho test slip of tho pen on Harrison's part, or he of tho courts before the State officials can never would have informed tho people carry out its provisions. on the subject. 0. Fbll 4. liJLAI E. STEVENSON, OF ILLINOIS. FOR CONGRESS Dick Skillman and Ken Rhodes are representative men thorough Democrats and as tho standard bearers of their party, it Bliould bo tho prido of every Democrat to give them a hearty support. Democrats, now is your time to stand to your colors. You've tried Democracy and know what it is. Say with Hill "I am a Democrat," and pass tho word down tho lino with a whoop for Cloveland and Stevenson. Deafness Can't be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach tho disoased portion of the cur. There is only ono way to euro deafness, nnd that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of tho murous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tubo gets Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, nnd when it is entirely closced Deafness is tho result, and unless the inflamation can bo taken out nnd this tubo restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (causcc by catarrh) that wocannot cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists 75 cts. 'A. B. MONTGOMERY, OF HARDIN COUNTY. FOR CIRCUIT JUDOE f T. R. McBEATII, COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY V,OV QRAYSON COUNTY. The Stephenson postponing bill has passed ,both houses of tho "Legislature WEED S. CHELF, k- -' OF HARDIN COUNTY. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK R. S. SKILLMAN, FOR SHERIFF and received tho signature of tho Governor. By its provisions tho assessment of property will not begin until the ICth day of November. The local candidates failed to muster n crowd at Irvington last Saturday, and went home without giving the dear people a taste of their oratory. Hitch on a brass band toyourprocession.gentlemcn, and you'll bring out a crowd. -- F. K. RHODES. BRANDENBURG. II. B. Livers, of Guston, was in town SIX PAGES. DOUBLE NUMB Ml The News met a gentleman from Watcrtown, N. Y., recently. Ho is a reliable man, fin order to accommodate our advcrtis- - staunch Republican and a to Clevoland. will issue and lie concedes tho State Is. and subscribers as well, wo Idoublo number next week, one of the There wero two mighty good Republinatures of which will bo the city of Chi- - cans present when this information was o. illustrated. Every man or woman, given out too. Pen' boy or trirl, hopes to get to Chicago The People's party candidates make it luring the coming year, and facte about a part of their business to denounce on Fo great WcBtern Metropolis are eagerly national Fight after. Wo will have a full page tho stump national banks and bankers. At tho same time they have a It cives this information in compact McCracken Kl ontcrtaining form, with map and man running for sheriff in county who favors national banks, and ditablo illustrations. of stock LrAdvcrtisers who wish to avail them- - owns five thousand dollars worth in one. lives of this edition should send in heir announcements as early as possible. Yestkuday was a great day for Demo: 5. fiM McKexzib has been on the stump crats in New York. Democratic cluba Ondiana scoring the Republican party were presont from most every State in tho Union. They were reviewed by the l'orco bill. Cleveland nnd Stevenson, and tho good Hio Democratic National Managers ex- - news will go out that all hands must ss the greatest satisfaction over Mr. come to tho scratch for theso gallant leaders. eveland's letter of acceptance. A. S. Berry was nominated by the It will be noticed that this week's issue democrats for Congress in the sixtli dis of tho Uredkenridoe News is a Democratic feast. With the Democratic plattrict last week on the 272d ballot. form in full, Cleveland's letter of .fecop-tanc- o rSncaker Crisp is billed to speak at and Hill's speech, there is enough Dwensboro, October 12th. Ho is said to pure undefiled Democracy to gladden the one of the finest stump orators in the hearts and cheer tho souls of all our kutii. readers. Let everybody feast thcmscl ves and grow fat in tho love of Democracy; Pilin rrrontanil trulv iroml moral cltv and remember that Democracy is our . . Ut . ... Duisville. tnero lias ucen twonty-iou- r country. (tiers committed within the last lye months. The chairman of tho Democratic State Central Committco says oratorical talent fglanco at this city will show that her is in demand in Kentucky, and he wants jwtli along all commercial limit has more speakers to volunteer their services en better tho present year tlian ever and take the stump for tho party in this afore in her history. State. Well, Mr. Chairman why didn't you say so sooner? Wo have plenty of I After a gallant fight in tho sixth dis-fellows hero in Ureckenridgo freezing for ict, E. T. Hallam was too good a man a job of that sort. 'go down in defeat. Ho justlydeserved xo nomination for Congress. Tho first numlcr of tho Derby Game ... Wo feel the burden of these tariff taxes too" palpably to bo persuaded by any so- - Bird, n neat little journal, in pamphlet gnistry tnat tney uo not exisior are paiu ."monthly," edited and published by by foreigners. Cleveland's letter of ac- Alox. W. Cummings at Derby, Tnd., for cctance. tho unprecidented low subscription The nconle in this dlstiict have tried price of 23 cents a year. Mr. Cummings Judge ilcBeath. They know what ho is; is a practical game fancier of many years' py know that ho is qualified, ana tney experience, and is very able to make his him by a nanusomo journal interesting to all gamo breeders tgoing to and lovers of tho pit, nnd we predict that rity. it will bo a success. ir.'sLlcvolana'fl letter 01 acceptance Under tho now election law our counakea'w'chty gool Democratic reading r the Masses. It has tho truo ring about ty was redistrictcd, makingsomoclianges tmX MalB in nothing but the vital which perhaps tho natives do not yet understand. Tho News published these before tho country. new districts as laid out by tho county avf that Cloveland, Tammany and Judgo, and if thoro is a Democratic voter have had something liko a political in tho county who doesn't know wiiere le feast ,in Now York, tho party will his district is ho should begin to enquire. iely movo along serenely there, and This new election law is going to confuso out a big majority for Democracy a good many anyway, and Democrats esI J tariff reform. pecially should begin to look into tho new ballot systom. throughout tho county Democrats ulu complete tho organization of tho The News had decided not to go to eu bo ready toJnote upon tho Owensboro, this fair week, but after readJn November. Never did the way ay ing tho Inqiiiueu's very cordial invitaok clearer and tho skies seem brighter will bo there. victory than they do at this moment. tion, wo cannot resist and r, Hear him: i, Daviess Thebe is not another circuit judgo in ty "Tho timo has arrived inspeaking, coun- s poll-ticwhen, metaphorically I tho State who has met with as few rovcrand everything olso must givo way to ' gala in coses before tho court of Appeals as pumpkins. It is Fair Week, that time, which, liko Judgo McDeath since ho has been on the but This aiono on tho question should Christmas, "comes bringsonce n year, but bench. good cheer" when it conies it draw him a largo voto in the district irre- only more of it. Let no ono stand on ceremony, Wo have hanged a mill spective of any party aflilations. stone about tho neck of Ceremony nnd k Tmk attempts of thb opponents of cast it into tiio middle of tho Ohio river. we .Democracy to interforo and control the Ladies, wo saluto you. Gentlemen,keys are at your service Hero oro tho ffrage of tho States through Fedoral of the city. They aro yours. For six days ncief) develops a design which no ex- - shalt thou and tliino do no labor. And if that lioa can mitigate, to revivo tho fun of there's anything acrosscasts tho shadow its substanco thy wants, nnd enUl and safe relations between tho thou seest it not, call for it from a sprig to and their go vernmont. Mr. Cle vo- - of Mentha Viridis to a drop of Spirt us Frumcntl." letter of acceptance. . 1 form, devoted exclusively to the game fowl has reached our desk. It is a Friday. Hon. David Murray, of Cloverport, was hero on business last week. Mr. Jim Harned, of Big Spring, was hero on business last week. Mr. William Bates, of Flaherty, was in town on buMness last week. Miss Eva Carrigan, of Guston, visited at Mr. J. W. Lewis last week. Tho show bont "Voyager" was here last neck and well attended. Mr. Bowley and wife, of Guston, were in town tho last "of tho week. Mr. Sam. Dowell and wife, of Guston, were here shopping last week. Mrs. Mart Hutchison, of Gametsville, visited Mrs. Harrington last week. Mr. James Foushee and Jake Kendell of Hill Grove, were in town Friday. Mr. Snyder and family, of Woodland, visited at Mr. Dick Nevitt's last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hardin visited nt their father's, Mr. Ben Hardin's last week. Mr. Ben. Clarkson, Sr., of Big Spring, was hero on business the first of last week. Miss Claudio Stith, of Bewloyville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bewley, at this place. Mr. Dan Brooks nnd Mr. Wilson, of Louisville, two cattle buyers, were in town Friday. Mrs. Geo. Caspcrko and Miss Rena Clarkson spent sovcral days last week in Louisville. Mrs. D. W. Lowls has returned home from a visit to relatives in Louisvillo and Memphis, Ind. Mr. Zack Richardson, ono of tho leading merchants of Wolf Crcok, was in town last week. . Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hayward, of near Elizabethtown, wero guests of Judge Rawlings the first of tho week. Hon. W. T. Hayward, tho young nnd eloquent Democratic elector for this District, delivered n very ablo address to tho Democracy of Meado county Monday Miss Addio Ditto, of Louisville, came down to Long Branch tho first of las week to assist in nursing her brother, Mr. Abo Ditto, who has typhoid fever. Piles of People havo piles, but Witcli Hazel Salve will cure them. Short & Haynes, Clovorport, For salo-band Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. y t's Fresh cakes nt Hardin &, Brown's. Hardin & Brown sell strictly for cash. Hardin & Brown's for all kinds of vegetables. Notions and fancy goods at Hardin & Brown's. Mr. Graham Eskridgo went to Louisvillo last Friday. Buttor, eggs, chickens, driod fruit, &c, nt Beard & Beolor's. Mr. nndMrs. Gcorgo Hayes returned to Henderson lost week. Mrs. Lnnnio Smith, oi Owensboro, was visiting hero last Mondny. Mrs. V. G. Babbago went to Bowlpy-vill- o on a visit last Friday. Tho Owensboro baso ball club has closed out for the season. Mr. Jesso Eskridgo, who lias been ill for sonic time, is convalescent, Tho News' subscription list is very largo at Hardinsburg post ofllco. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Haswoll went to Hartford last week to visit relntivcs. Tho next annual Conference of tho M. E. church will bo held at this placo. Mr. Jolly Meador has moved into tho house formerly occupied by W. II. Bell. Rev. Hagan nnd Williams began a protracted meeting nt tho Baptist church last Tuesday night. Mrs. J. A. Witt left yesterday for Meado county to attend the Culley Ashcraft wedding. Only about sixty suits havo been filed for Circuit Court. Tho docket will be lighter than common. Rov. W. B. Sncad was returned as tho M. E. church in pastorate of tho tliis plnco for tho ensaing year. Mrs. Gibbs who hns been hero in the for tho past year millinery moved back to Leitchfieldlast week. Bargains in clothing, boots and shoes, Ac, for cash or exchange for produce at Beard & Becler's. Dr. J. B. Cottrell will probably lecture in Hardinsburg at an early dato. Ho should be honored by a crowded house. Fertilizers nything from tho cheapest phosphates to the best bone meal nt Beard & Becler's. The storehouse and lot in Stephens-por- t formerly occupied by Hanks Bros., is now for sale. Apply to W. K. Barnes, agent. Mrs. Mollio Kimball, of Centerville, Iowa, arrived here this week. Sho will remain hero about a month visiting relatives and friends. Judgo Mercer, Mrs. C. L. Beard and MissTida Mercer went to tho Forks of Rough last Tuesday, to attend tho funeral of Mr. Jones Mercer. Go to S. If. Hnffey & Co.'s forclothing. Closing out sale. Every articlo in this lino goes at cost. Remember with every $10 wortli of goods, wo givo a fine crayon portrait freo of charge. Mr. Charles Heston, of this place received an appointment from Colonel as government store keeper in this district last week. Mr. Heston left for Uniontown last Friday whero ho is stationed for tho present. Mrs. Sutton returned from Louisvillo, Monday, where she has been for the past week laying in her fall stock of millinery goods. Mrs. Sutton is thoroughly acquainted with tho millinery business, and purchased no goods in that lino but tlioso of tho latest stylo and tho very best quality. Her week's stay in Louisville was fur tho purpose of acquainting herself with tho latest fallstylesin ladies' dresses, hats, etc., so that her customers might have tho benefit of it. This sho has done, nnd sho invites all her lady Customers to her fall opening. Tho Louisville, Hardinsburg nnd Western will run a special train to Louisvillo Thursday, October 13, soiling excursion round trip tickets, including price of to Foreiwugh's great circus from stations at rates as follows: Fordsvillo $2.20, Mitchell $2.20, Oaks $2.15, Askins $2.10, Ruth $2.10, Rockvalo $2.05, Falls of Rough $2.10, Dempster $2.00, Glen-dean- o $1.03, Jolly $1.00, Kirk $1.85, Hnrdinsburg $1.80, Harned $1.70, Garfield $1.&5, Irvington $1.50. Train will arrivo at Louisvillo at 0:55 a. in. returning lenvo Louisvillo 0:25 p. in. This will givo excursion'sts all day in tho city. dry-good- s, Fe-la- Dissects tho Issues of the Day Tariff Taxation Unjustifiable In Timos of Poaco. FREE TRADE A MYTH. The Force Bill Currency Pensions and Other Matters of Import ceive His Attention. AN AMERICAN Re- not lis mnsler. ThcrcToro tho of tho opimncnls of Democracy to Interfere with and control the suffragu of the state, through fedornl agencies develops a design, which no explanation can mitigate, to reverse the fundamental nnd safe relations between tho peoplo and their government. Such an attempt can not fall to bo regarded by thoughtful men as proofs of n bold determination to secure tho ascendency of a discredited party In reckless disregard of a free expression ot thi popular will. To resist such a schema is an Impulse of Democracy. At all times and in nil places we trust the people. As against a disposition to forco the way to federal power, wo present to them as our claim to their confidence nnd support, a steady championship ot thoir rights. T:ho peoplo aro entitled to sound nnd honest monoy abundantly sufficient In volumo to supply their business needs. But whatever mny be tho form of tho people's currency, nntional or stnto whether gold, stiver, or paper It should bo so regulated and guarded by governmental action, or by wlso nnd cnretul laws, that no one can bo deluded ns to tho cortnlnty nnd stability of Its value. Every dollar put Into tho hand of tho pfloplfe should bo of tho same intrinsic valuo or purchasing power. With this condition absolutely guaranteed, both gold and silver can bo safely utilized, upon equal terms In tho adjustment of our curwill s s- - Autumn of '92. : - - WE : OFFER Ollll : NEW : DESIGNS ' : IN ' . Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, .. .FOR.... h '' . - DOCUMENT. have used Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup and find no cqutl. No family should be without It. Mrs. William Murtlen, 197 Third St., Albany, N. V. glvui It the meed of praise, at folfowi; "1 (thai Lee Bishop Accepts. District: During my absenco on tho 20th ult., you met in tho Court-hous- o in nnd nominated rao for tho ofllco of Constable. Allow mo through the columns of tho News to tendor to you my most sincere thanks for tho honor coufcrcd upon mo in naming mo as your standard bearer. I accept tho nomination and shall uso all honorable means to secure my election, nnd if elected will endeavor to serve you faithfully and inako an efficient officer one thnt will reflect credit upon my district and party, as woll aa myself. Yours respectfully, Lee Bishop. erial TOBINSPORT. School is progressing nicely. Fanners aro plowing for wheat. Miss Esther Boltinghouso who has been To the Democracy of irardiniourg Magist- visiting hero, lias returned homo. Miss Minnie Polk and Jarrett Kinder wero married Oct. 2d, 1892. Mr. Jim Boltinghouso nnd Miss Btcca Barker wero married Sept. 28th. Mr. Win. Wentherholt is building a now barn. If you want your dress mado up in stylo or a new hat, call on Mrs. Minnie O'Neiland you will bo well pleased. Your correspondent loft Thursday for Harrison county to spond somo weeks visiting relativuaitaa Married Last Wednesday. Mrs. Webb,"CannoHon, who lias At 4 : 30 o'clock p. m. last Wednesday, been visiting relatives here has returnod nt tho resldenco of tho bride's father in homo. Hancock county Josoph Culloy was married to Miss Nnnnio Shcaran, tho young nnd beautiful daughter of James Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Shcaran, Rov. M. E. Bnrrlsh officiating. Tho wedding was a very quiet ono, and was witnessed by only a few near When Baby wa tick, we gare her Caatori. relatives. After tho ceremony tho hap When the wai Child, the cried for Caatoria, py puir boarded tho east bound tmin for When iha became UIm, the clung to Caatoria, a short bridal trip in Louisvillo and When hehAdChlIdren,heettTe them Caatoria. other cities. On their return tlioy will mnko tiis city their home, their earnings and income Tariff legislation presents a familiar form of federal taxation. Such legislation results as surely in a tax upon the dally jjfeofonr peoplo as tho tribute paid directly Into the hands of tho taxguthercr. Wo feel the burden of these tariff, taxes too palpably to be persuaded by any sophistry that they do not exist, or are paid by foreigners. Such taxes representing a diminution of the property rights of the peoplo aro only justifiable when laid and collected for tho purpose of mnlntnlnlng our government, nnd furninhlng tho means for tho accomplishment of its legitimate purposo and functions. This is taxation under the operation ot a tariff for revenue. It accords with tho professions of American free Institutions nnd its justlco and honesty answer the test supplied by n correct appreciation of the principles upon which theso institutions rest. This theory of tariff legislation manifestly enjoins strict economy In public expenditures nnd their limitation to legitimate public uses, inasmuch as It exhibits as absolute extortion any exaction, by way of taxation, from the substance of tho people, beyond the necessities of n careful and proper administration of government. Opposed to this theory, the dogma is now boldly presented, that tariff taxation is justlunblo for the express purpose and Intent of thereby promoting especial Interests nnd enterprises. Such n proposition is so clearly contrary to tho spirit of our constitution and so directly encourages tho disturbance by selfishness and greed ot patriotic sentiment, that Its statement would rudely shock our peoplo. it they had not already been insiduously allured from tho safo landmarks of principle. Never have honest desire for national growth, patriotic dovotlon to country, and sincere regnrd for those who toll, been so betrayed to the support of a pernicious doctrine. In its benalf, tho nlea thnt our Infant industries should bo fostered did service until discredited by our stalwurt growth, then followed the exigencies of a terrible war which mado our people heedless of the opportunities for ulterior schemes afforded by their willing and patriotio payment ot unprecedented tribute; and now, after a long period of peace, when our overburdened countrymen ask for relief nnd a restoration to a fuller enjoyment ot their incomes and earnings, they aro met by tho claim that tariff taxntlon, for the sako of protection, Is an American system, tho contlnuanco ot which is necessary, in Order that high wages may be paid to our workingintn and a home market bo provided for our farm products. These pretences should no longer deceive. The truth Is that such a system is directly antagonized by every sentiment of justice and fairness of which Americans are preeminently proud. It Is nlso true that while our worklngmen and farmers can, least of all our people, defend themselves nalnst tho harder borne life which such tariff taxation decrees the workingmnn sufferlna from the importation and employment of pauper labor instigated by his professed friends, and seeking security for ids Inter6tlll waits ests In organized for a division ot tho advantages secured to his employer under cover of a generous solicitude for his wages, while the farmer is learning that tho prices of his products are fixed In foreign markets where be suffers from a competition invited and built up by the system he Is asked to support, Tho struggle for unearned advantages at tho doors of the government" tramples on tho rights of those who patiently rely upon assurances of American cqunllty. Every governmental concession to clamorous favorites invites corruption In political aflairs oy encouraging tue expenditure oi money to debauch suffrage In support of a policy directly favoruble to private and selfish gain. This in the end must strangle patriotism and weaken popular confidence in tho rectltudj ot Republican Institutions. Though tho subject of tariff legislation involves a nutation of markets, it also InVo can not volves a question of morals. with impunity permit injustice to taint tho spirit ot rljht nnd equity which is the life of our republic; and we shall fall to reach our national destiny if greed and selfishness lead tho way. Recognizing theso truths, tho nntional Democrucy will seek by the application of just and sound principles, to equalize to our people the blessings duo them from the government they' support to promote among our countrymen a closer community of interests cemented by patriotism and national pride, and to point out a fair Held, while prosperous and diversified American enterprise may grow and thrive - To Hon. William L. Wilson nnd Others, Committee, etc: Gentlemen In responding to 3nr formal notification ot my nomination to the presidency by the national Democracy, I hope I mny be permitted to say nt tho outset that continued reflection and observation hno confined me In my adherence to tho opinions, which I have heretofore plainly and publicly declared, touching the questions Involved In the canvass. This is a time, above all others, when thcjto questions should bo considered In the light nlforded by a sober apprehension ot the principles upon which our government Is based, and a clear understanding ot the relation It bears to tho people for whoso benefit It was craatcd. We shrill thus be supplied with a test by which the vnluo of any proposition relating to tho maintenance nnd aduinlstrntion of our government can bo ascertained, and by which the justice nnd honesty ot every political question can bo judged. If doctrines or theories are presented which do not satisfy this test, loyal Americanism mutt pronounco them false and mlschlovous. The protection in tho exclusive use nnd enjoyment of their property and earnings, eonccdedly constitutes tho especial purpose nnd mission of our freo government. This design is so interwoven with the structure of our plan ot rule, that failure to protect tho citizens in such use nnd enjoyment, or their unjustiflablo diminution by tho government Itself, Is n betrayal of the pcoplo's trust. Wo have, however, undertaken to build a great nation upon n plan especially our own. To maintain It and to furnish throuch its agency, the means for tho accomplishment of national objects, tho Amorican people ore willing through federal taxation to surrender a part of In dealing with this subject no selfish scheme should bo allowed to Intervene and no doubtful experiment should he attempted. Tho wants of ourpeoplo, arising from the deficiency or imported distribution of inon circulation, ought to be fully nnd hone-tl- y recognized nnd efficiently remedied. It chould. however, bo constantly remembered, thnt tho Inconvenlenco or loss that mlglij nrlso from such a situation can bo much oasler borno than tho universal distress thnt must follow n decreaso in tho currency. Public officers are tho agents of the people. It Is therefore their duty to secure for those whom they reprosont the best and most efficient performance, of public work. This plainly can bo best accomplished by regarding ascertained fitness In the seleo tlon of government employes. Theso considerations nlono are sufficient Justification for an honest adherence to the letter and spirit of clvl service reform. There aro, however, other features of this plan which abundantly commend it. Through its operation worthier merit in every station nnd condition of American llfo is recognized in tho distribution ot public employment, while Its application tends to raise the g standard of political activity from and unthinking party affiliation to tho advo icy of party principles by reason and argument, Tho American peoplo nro generous nnd grateful; they havo impressed theso characteristics upon their government. Therefore nil patriotic and just citizens must commend liberal consideration for our worthy veterans soldiers and for tho families ot those who died. No complaint should bo made of the amount of public money paid to those actually disabled or mado dependent by army service. Hut our pension roll should bo a roll ofhonor, bv ill desert and unvltlnted by demagogic use. This is due to tlioso whoso worthy names adorn tho roll, and to all our peoplo who delight to honor the bravo and tho true. It Is also duo to thoso who in years to come should be allowed to hear, reverently nnd lovingly, tho story of American patriotism and fortitude, illustrated by our tension roll. Tho preferences accorded to veteran Boldlcr in public employment should be secured to them honestly and without evasion, and when capable and worthy, their claim to tho hclpiul regard and gratitude of their countrymen should bo ungrudgingly acknowledged. The assurance to the people of tho utspoils-huntin- rency. Ron, youIK$ Mid Boy 5, with every confidence that in Style, Quality and Finish they will meet the approval of, and command for us the patronage of, close and critical buyers. SMART '& CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. S 0,0 O O POUNDS MILK WANTED DAILY ! The Creamery at Irvington has commenced making butter and is prepared to handle 20,000 pounds of milk daily. We will receive all unskimmed sweet milk at the depot at Irvington and issue receipts for same and pay at the end of everj month at the rate j7y V1 most individual liberty consistent with peace and good order Is n cardinal princiThis ghres no ple of our government. sanction to vexatious sumptuary laws which unnecessarily Interfere witb such habits and customs of our people as are not offensive to n just moral sense, and nro not inconsistent with good citizenship and the public welfare. Tne same principle requires that thu line between tlio subjects which are pioperly within governmental control and tlnnu which are more llttiugly left to parental regulation should bo carefully kept in view. An enforced education, wlRely deemed a proper preparation for citizenship, should noi involve mo impairment of wholesale parental authority nor do viokneo to thu houovliotd conscience. Paternalism In government ilnds uo approval In tho creed of Democracy. It is a symptom of "ilsrule, whether it is manifested Inunnuthouzed gilts or by unwarranted control ot personal mid family affair. Our people, still chemuing tho feeling of human fellownhip winch belonged toour beginning ns a nation, require tueir government to ex.irets lor them their sympathy with all those who are oppressed under any rule less free than outs. A generous hospitality , which is one of tho most prominent of our national characteristics, prompts us to welcome the worthy and Industrious of nil lauds to homes mid eitizcnsiilp among us. This hospitable sentiment Is not violated, however, by careful and reasonable regulations for the protection of public health, nor doos It justify the reception of immigrants who have no nppiecintlon of our Institutions and whose presenco among us U a menaco to peace and good order. The Importance ot the Nicaragua ship canal as u means ot promoting cummerco between our states and with foreign countries, nnd also as a contribution by Americans to tho enterprises which advance tho interests ot civilization, should commend the project to government approval and endorsement. $1.00 pr. Hundred lbs. We will furnish milk oans to thos wanting them at cost. All communications should be addressed to W. J. Piggott, Irvington, Ky. directly and palpably related to their matcrlul Interests, but they nlso fully appreciate the value ot cultivating our national pride and maintaining our national honor. Doth their material interests uud their national pride and honor are involved In the success of the Columbian exposition; and they will not bo Inclined to condone any neglect of effort on the part of their government to Insure in the grandeur of this event a fitting oxhlblt of American growth ami greatness, and a splendid ot American patriotism. In an Imperfect und incomplete letter I havo thus endeavored to state some ot tho things which accord with tho views and intentions of tho party to which 1 have given my lifelong allegiance. My attempt has not been to instruct my countrymen nor my party, but to remind both thnt Democratic doctrine lies near tho principles of our government nnd tends to promote the people's good. I am willing to bo accused ot addressing my countrymen upon trite topics nnd In homely fashion, for I believe thnt Important truths aro found on tho surfoco ot thought, and that they should bo stated in direct amLslmplo terms. Though much Is left unwritten, my record as a public servant leaves no excuse for misunderstanding my belief and position on tho questions which aro now presented to thu voters of tho land for their decision. Called for the third time to represent tho pnrty ot my choice in a contest for tho supremacy ot Democratic principles my grateful appreciation of Its confidence, less than over effaces tho solemn sense of my responsibility If tho action of tho convention you represent shall be endorsed by the suffrages of my countrymen, I will assume tho duties of the great office for which 1 have been nominated, knowing full woll its labors uud perplexities, nnd with humblo reliance upon tho Dlvino llelng, inflnlto iu power to aid and constant In a wutchf ul caro over our favored nation. Yours, very truly, Our countrymen not only expect from thoso who represent them In public places a sedulous care for the things which are I IRVINGTON CREAMERY CO., IRVINGTON, KY. Busy Men 7"IT . 41 Can't you spare a moment at noon time or after supper to drop in and see our Fall Line of Neckwear, Gloves, Shirts and Socks. May be you'll t In tho wholesome atmosphere of American industry, tugei.uity and intelligence. Tariff reform Is still our purpose. Though we oppose tho theory thnt tariff laws may be pn&sed having for the object tho granting of discriminating nnd unfair governmental aid to private ventures, we wago no exterminating war against any American interests. We believe a readjustment can bo accomplished, In accordance with tho principles wo profess, with-odisaster or demolition. Wo believe that the advantages of freer raw material should bo accorded to our manufacturers, and we contemplate fair and careful distribution ot necessary tariff burdens, rather than the precipitation of free trade. We anticipate with calmness the misrepresentation ot our motives and purposes, Instigated by a selfishness which seeks to hold in unrelenting grasp its unfair advantago under present tariff laws. We will rely upon tho Intelligence of our follow couutrymen to reject the cbargo that a patty comprising a majority ot our people is planning the destruction or injury of American Interests, nnd we know they cannot be frightened by tho spectre of im, possible freo trudo. Tho administration and management of government depoud on popular will. our Fabr)) pojvsr is the lailrumcnt sd that Ghat Gadles, It's not To lufTcr pain GitovEit Cleveland. Sept, so, lbvi very pleaiant to cough anil hack, In chest and back, Many people could stop It, for sure Ily simply using One Minute Couch Cure. N For salo bySliort&Hayncs,Cloverport, nnd Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky, BREGKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT ut James Crawford On Petition. and Annabells Crawford) Notice ti hereby given that Jotnet Crawford and A nnabelle Crawford bl wlfa, Jiavo filed their Joint petition, this day, In tho Drcckon-rlJg- e Circuit Court, praying that the said Anuabelle Crawford be empowered by deeroe thereof, to uie, enjoy, tell and convey for ber own benefit, any property ihe may own or acquire, free from tne olalin or debti of her huiband ; to miko contract!, tue and be iced, at a tingle woman to trade In ber. own name, and to dlipose of ber property by will or deed. Thli September 2otb, 1B92. U.S. 8KILI.M AN, Clerk. By CLAUDE MKROtSR. D. O. McisiY A DiB!M. Attorney) for Petitioner. buy and may be not, however, it's no trouble for us to show you what we have. 'And perhaps you'll learn something. If it's only for ten minutes or five, or two,-o- r one. Come in. E. C. JNO..D.BABBAGE, Men's Furnishings, Batjbage, Managor. CLOVERPORT, KY. ". !MKx nfxi1 f s Robt. Moorman Is in Louisvillo tliis week. A llnu of dolidous tablo goods at Sulzer's. Office over Payne it (h't Hardware Store. MrWninrs Ilcrron Iqft Morula ntr Easky. tern Ky. Capt, Wm. Vest and wifo spent Sunday in Home, Ind. Dr. E. L. Hayes went to Romo Monday to attend the fair. OANNEL.TON, INP. Now Currants, no sand in them. Now Sulla made to order in tlio best stylo. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Cranberries. iiulzors. New Sorghum nnd choiconow Now Orleans "on tap" at Sulzcrs. M. D. A. A. Mr. and Mre. J. D. Gregory visited Lowisport Sunday. Office oier Breckinridge Bank. to tho wifo of J. D. Bnbbago, Born, CLOVE11PORT, Kr. Thursday, Sept. 29th, an editress. Tho Sawyor boys arc building a new houso on thoir lot on High street. Rev. Father Piko, of Danville, was tho U.S. Claim &. Pension Agent guest of Father Henncsdy last week. Dr. German nnd wife, of LouIbvUIo, nro STEPHENSPORT, KY. tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Conrad, Ayer's Sarsaparllla contains no harmful ingredlonU.nnd is tho bust blood puriNews. Dr .J. M. Clayton, olovekport. Physician & Surgeon. a7 Merchant Tailor, Simons, j. kirst, Physician p Surgeon J. W. JARRETT, Breckenridge fier. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, LOCAL BREVITIES. 1892. Mr. Percy Carson, "Butch", on tho L. St. L. & T., is In tho city visiting rela- &- - Babbago for collars and cufle. Go to tlio City Bakery for nice grapes. French mustard In bulk at City Bakery. Tlio gravel is being placed on Second street. ' Jim. Wheeler went to Louisville Monday night. Chris A.hl of Ilanllnsburg was in town Sunday. Born, to the wife of 0. J. Fulla, Sept. 21st, a lino boy. " Vcstcr Parr, of Stephonsport, was In tho city Monday. Cholco confectlonories of all kinds at tho City Bakery. Born, to tho wifo of Geprgo'.Wilkcrsou, Oct. 1st. a fine boy. Born, to tho wHf Sub. McCracken, Sept. 28th, a fingirl. Just rocQ,'j(ln fresh supply of cholco candiesaho City Bakery. pJjSwSllonry will lo tho auctioneer at d Bennett salo next Tuesday. , Enter Tho crowds of buyers and tho bargains are inside, at Stilzor's. Miss Mattio Hestori, of Hardinsburg, is teaching school at Fcrd McGeo's. Jailor John Slaton was in tho city Saturday en route homo from Owensboro. Mr. W. II. Bowmer and wife went to Henderson Sunday and returned Monday. Lanhlo Smith of Owonsboro passed up on tho train Sunday on routo to Louis1 ville Mr. J. J. Dyer and family visited thoir brother, Martin Dyer, in tho country last Sunday. Mre. Elam S. Vernon and children of LeaVenworth, Ind.,nro visit tag hor brother, S. P. Conrad. MrJ. M. Bell, proprietor of tho Clov. crport Cigar Factory is out on tho road soiling cigars. Two great events tho big K. P. on Saturday, Oct. 15th, and Sulzer's winter opening. Billy and Allen Hendrick and W. J. Stith, Jr., of Irvington, havo gone to Okalohoma to try their luck. Miss Etta Halo, of Louisville, is at her old post as trimmer in Mrs. II. V. Duncan's millinery establishment. Davo Culloy, one of Sulzer's accomodating clerks, will marry Miss Alma Ashcraft, of Meado connty, If it don't rain soon and lay this dust, Clovorporters will havo eaton their allotted peck of dirt, and will bo ready to die. bar-becto-da-y. . tives. Henry Ray, of Hancock county, boa bought a lot, built a house, and moved to this city. City Marshal, James Humbleton, who has been sick for several days, is now able to bo out again. John Lyddan has just finished a nice, new housu near Irvington, which he will occupy as n resilience. John and Linn Wilkerson aro building four nice new cottages on Oak street. They will bo for rent. Mr. J E. Graham has accepted a position as brcaksman on tlio L. St. L. & T. under "Papa" Prentice. Put Burk and wife, of Victoria, and Dr. J. C. Halo and wife, of Lyonin, Ky. called at this office yesterday. Mrs. T. II. Bates and son, Ivan, of Tar-forhavo returned from a two weeks visit to Owensboro and Wliitt'sville. Engineer Randall fell into tho ash-pi- t down at tho shops last Friday night and bruised himself up considerably. Roi. George II. Hayes and wife, of Henderson, were tho guests of their son, Dr. E. L. Hayes, a few days last week. Miss Carrio Winfrio, who has been visiting Miss Jennie Keith for somo tjnio, has gono to visit her sister in Evansville. Hon. W. M. Milby,a republican orator, will speak at Hardinsburg next Saturday in tho afternoon and at Clovcrport at night. Milt Miller, of Sample, was in tho city Saturday. Ho will probably go into tlio tobacco business hero with his brother this winter. Jako Miller has sold his property hero toG. W. Short and is preparing to move his placo of residence to tlio booming town of Gas City, Ind. Oulzo Bro's aro brightening most all their cottages in tho loner part of the city with fresh coats of paint. G. T. Bar-be- e Is doing tho work. ourselves nirs?" No! "Do Wo talk Do wo ride a horse ? No plainly, deal plainly, act fairly, and do our best to pleaso you. Sulzer's. Dr. L. W. German, dentist, Louisville, will bo in Clovcrport from October 3rd to 14th. Can bo found at Dr. S. S. Watkin's oflico. Prices reasonable. k wo-giv- o 1 Mr. A. B. Skillman, cashier of tho Breckenridgti Bank this city left Monday to attend tho Bankers Convention which convened In Lexington yesterday Mr. Skillman Is tho Second Vico President of that body. Messrs. N. G. Grcenwolt nnd T. I Blaino finished cutting and housing a largo crop of tobacco, 60,000 plants, last week. Thoy also havo n flno crop of Mammoth Pearl potatoes, 400 bushels, which nro now for sale. Jimmio Whcoler has been riding all over Brcckonrldgo and Hancock counties and parte of Dnvlcss, Ohio and Gray-boi- i, nnd ho sayB that thero has not beou a timo for twenty years that tho tobacco was cleaned out of tho country so completely as it is now. Jacob S. Pearco died of heart troublo at Cannelton, Ind., Monday, tho 20th ult. Mr. Pearco was born In Marlon county, Kentucky, Jan. 1st, 1823, had lived several ycors of his life at Stephens-por- t, in this county, and was marshall of that town for several terms. Tho Louisvillo Division No. 1 Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias will givo an exhibition drill at tho Barbecue hero Oct. 15. This is tho banner division of tho stato nnd tho exhibition will bo worth seeing. Tho Division numbers nbout 500 mon and they nro expected to bo present in n body. Orko, McNair and Armstrong's Voyagers gavo an entertainment on their elegant show boat at tho wharf last night to a crowed houso. It is positively tho best show that has visited tills port thisseason, and Messrs. Orkc, McNair and Armstrong are as clover a trio of gentlemen as ono would wish to meet. They will glvo another entertalnmont tonight with nhnost an entire change of program. One of the most beautiful sections of this lovely littlo city is Eastland, and persons who only know it last spring and has not watched its progress nnd help being pleasantly surmised, when thev visit it now. Where n fow months ngo were uncouth com s is now quite remons nnd spectable town. Besides an immenso resibrick plant, numerousvbeautlful havo sprung up, andjtho comforts dences of homo nro being enjoyed. Additional capital could bo well invested out thero corn-field- HE DIDN'T GO. Ed. Burns Attempts to Steal a Freight Rido on a and is Killed Mid-night Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Johu M. Borntraeger Wraps Cloakl Ho Dies Among1 Strangers, and Hit Home ii not Known. It. "BUM OF PROMI" SULZER'S SUITS 't John JIurlcycorii I'robably Caused THEIR A CHARGES. Partial List of the Appointments Made by tho Louisville and Kentucky Conferences. Eev. W. Brandon Goes to Henderson, and Eev. E. H. Morrison Takes His Place at Glover-porC. t. Other Neighboring Preachers. Tho Louisvillo Annual Conferenco of tho M. E. church South, which met last Wednesday at Camnbcllsville, Taylor county, selected Elkton as tlio placo for holding their noxt met ting, nnd made tho following assignments of ministers in the Eliznbethtown and Owensboro districts : KLIZABETIITOWX DI8TniCT. Eliza-bethtow- n, Sore thrn.it anil brnnchiil affections are speedily relieved and effectually cured by the use or th.it safe and reliable remedy, Drr Hull's Cough Syrup. It has stood the lest of half a ccptury M ' Aycr's Hair Vigor keeps tho hair fresh and bright. It restores a natural color to faded and gray hair, and renders It pliant and glossy. John G. Hill, a worker at tho shops, lias been transferred to tho Henderson yards, and ho moved his family to that city last Saturday. -' Til 1 , - A I K . ' i t. j, J. M. Lawson, Presiding Elder. Owonsboro, Settlo chapel, G. O. Kelly ; Main street, II. T. Gains ; Owensboro circuit, W. F. Cashman ; Yolvington, D. O. CInrkson ; Oakford, J. S. Chandler ; Capt. Henry Stiff, of Stiff's Landing, Meade county, slopped hero with a llino Callioon, It. Y. Thomas ; Beech Grovo, W. F. Ford, supply; Hartford, E. E. boat ono day last week and sold 100 barPato ; Hawesville, W. C. Hayes ; Clover-por- t, rels to Gregory & Co. E. II. Morrison ; Rock port, J. S. Born to tho wifo of Wm. Wlnchell, McDanlel; Ceralvo, W. It. Godbey; Tobinsport, yesterday, a flno boy. Ho Lowisport, B. F. Sheffer ; Fordsville, O. will voto tho Domocratlc ticket twonty-on- o South Carrcllton, J. L. F. Hartford years from next month. Hold, ; Silveimore, R. B. Campbell ; Mrs. Fred May, Mrs. Cling. Lishen and Rosino, R. D. Bennett ; Patcsville, E. Mr. Louio Lishen left Monday to visit Barrett, supply. their old homo, Warsaw, 111. Mrs. May Tho Kentucky Conferonc? of tho has not been homo for twenty years. Methodist Episcopal church, which was in session at Louisa last week selected When you como to town on tho 15th Hardinsburg as tho placo for their next to attend tho Knights of Pythias inst. meeting, and mado assignments of minbarbecue, don't forget to visit Sulzer's isters in tho Louisvillo district as follows: You will bo cordially establishment. E. L. Shepard, Presiding .Eldor ; Birreceived. mingham, to bo supplied ; Bowling Judgo Mercer and Porcy Beard, of Green, D. F. Kerr ; Bowling Green cirHaidinsburg, woro in tho city Sunday. cuit, S. W. Shelton ; Bremen, J. S. MilMr. Beard has boon in Louisvillo for two ler ; Caneyville, J. H. Hayes ; Deor weeks sick and was returning homo Btill Lick, J. W. Dowecs ; Earlington, J. II. very weak. Frost ; Greenville, V. R. Alcltoy- ; HardHonry Watrgonor hold his inulo show insburg, W. B. Snend ; Hickory Grove, inthlB city last- - Saturday. Thcro wcro J. B. Ferryman ; Hopkinsvillo, H. R. several entries and Itobt. Thurman got Hardison ; Leitchficld, G. II. Cannon ; tho premium. Ho had a flno colt, and Leitchfiold circuit, G. P. Jeffries ; Louistho others vrero not bad ones. villo Trinity, J. W. Tumor ; Louisville, Wesley, J. G. Dover ; Marion, W. Reverends Horton and Parrish. our ; Milburn, C. Atchisson ; Presbyterian and Babtlst mlnlstora.'.aro at tending tlio Theological Seminary at LouE. L. Carson ; No' Creek, Walter Schell ; Onton, E. B. Timmonds isville. Thoy will fill their regular apOwensboro, W. E. Cook ; Scottavillo, J. pointments in thoir reopectlvo churches W. Walters ; Tompkinsviile, W. U. Ben- hore. son ; Union Star, to bo supplied ; Vino tried almost every known remeHavo Grovo, W. C. Wilson ; Woodsonvillo, to dy for Itching Piles without success, finbo supplied ; W. II. Spybey left without bought a box of Do Witt's Witch ally Tho Irvington Creamery is now In Hazol Salvo, and it cured inc. 0. D. Hay-kin- s, active operation nnd turning out about appointment. Pjorla, 111. For sale by Short & 50 pounds of butter a day. It is a lino Sco Babbago's beautiful lino of fall Hayncs, Oloverport; and Beard & Beoler, plant, consuming about 1,000 pounds of Hardinsburg. overshirts. milk dally, for which tho farmer gets Moro such establishono cent a pound. Many Persons ments In Breckenridgo county would bo Ami tlina tmnblrd with ncrvoimiwm resulting Aro broken down from overwork or houhJJ froiuoMru or overwork will be leaved by taking erei Urown'B Iron Bitters Jh'OH'ti' Jron JiHtem. Gwwltw paying institutions, and a benefit to tho rebuilds tho system, aid digestion, rwaoTes ex farmer. Imdu luarV. tint crowed red lltwi on wrapper. oeea of bile, nsd cures malaria. .(Jet the qenusa. ba . Eliza-bcthtoDo-Wit- t's n, Geo. Gctzcndanucr is in Clovcrport in Ho tho room occupied by Payne & Co. is ready to do tin roofing and will furnish anything in tho lino on short notice. Tho Clovcrport K. P. lodge gave n ban quet Monday night, which was attended by a goodly number of visiting brothers from Cannclton and other neighboring towns. Columbus didn't realize how much good ho was doing by discovering America. Ho mado it possihlo for Sulzcrs to offer bargains in Clovcrport, Ky., U. S. A. Tho Agmo Brick Wo-khas opened kiln, No. 3. and they aro positively tho finest brick ever burnt in. Clove-portTho burn is as near perfection as it is possible to make it. Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Thomas, of aro boarder at tho Clovcrport Hotel. Mr. Thomas is a cigar maker and lias accepted a position as foreman in tlio Oloverport Cigar Factory. Mr. W. S.Thomas, cashier of tho Hancock Bank, Howesvllle, passed up on tho train Sunday en routo to Lexington to attend tlio State Banker's Convention, which meets thero this week. Thos. Manning, near Irvington, had tlirco pigs, six weeks old, which were lost for thrco weeks, and woro found in a sink holo. Thoy had been all this timo without food or water, and woro still alive. Dyspopsia, distress after eating, sour btomach, poor appetite, bad taste, coated tonguo and heartburn nro cured by Littlo Early Risers, tho famous little pills. For salo by Short & Haynes, Clovcrport, and Beard & Beoler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tho Owonsboro fair, tho Louisville races, Nancy Hanks at NewAlbany and tho Romo fair, all this wcok, is too much for tho pcoplo of this section to stand atone timo but wo will venture tlio prediction that Breckenridgo county will bo well represented at ench of tho places. Tho following changes havo been mado in tlio appointments of tho county candi. dates: Garfield, from Monday, Oct. 31st to Friday, Oct, 28th. West View, from Tuesday, Nov, 1st to Saturday, Oct. 20th; Rock Valo, from Monday, Oct. 10th to Tuesday Nov. 1st. s S. C. Allen, Presiding Elder; Charles It. Cromo ; Hardinsburg, L. E. Campbell , Hodgcnvillo, G. S. Kirig; Vino Grove, R. C. Lono ; Big Spring. G. F. Cundiff; Brandenburg, W. W. Lnmbuth; Long Grovp, J. E. King ; Falls of Rough, M. M. Hunter ; S. Spurrier, supernumerary ; McDaniels, B. A. Cundiff; Stephonsport, S. P. Stiles; Constantino, J. B. Galloway ; Louisvillo circuit, J. P. Goodson . Wolf Creek, U. S. Taber ; Leitchficld, P. T. Hardison ; Mlllerstown, to bo supplied ; South Leitchficld, J. M. Watson ; R. W. Brow-de- r, Educational Secretary of tho Conference. OWENSBOltO D18TItlCT. , Ed. Burns was killed hero last Saturday nbout 2 o'clock a. m. Burns was almost a porfect stranger hero, having been horo only about two months. Ho had been working as a section hand on tho railroad, nnd had never mado a confident of any one, nnd his homo Is not known. Last Friday ho quit his Job, nnd said ho was going South to work In tho plno woods. Ho had mndo a good, Bobcr hand, and it was not known that ho over drank, k but after ho bad received his ho Imbibed tolerably freoly until nbout mid-nigwhen ho went down to tho shops, naying that ho was going to steal a rido on tho through freight to Louisvillo. Ho was noticed by tlio . workmen nt tho shops nnd told to get off tho track as tho down freight pulled in. This was tho last seen of him until tho up freight had passed nnd both trains wcro gono. Tho watchman then heard Bomo ono groaning, nnd procuringa lantern discovered Burns lying besldo tho Bido track, through which tlio up train had passed, In n dying condition. A messenger was immediately sent for Dr. Owen and Squire Hmbleton, but Burns had breathed his last before thq doctor arrived. On examination, it was An Ad In a Marriage Journal Finds found that tho unfortunate man hnd five a Husband for a Clovorport ribs in tho right Bido broken nnd was otherwiso Internally injured. Woman. At 8 o'clock a. m. 'Squire Hambleton held nu inqiiC8t,and after n thorough ex- F. G. Hambly Comes all the Way from amination of tho meager testimony in San Francisco to Find a Bride He the case, tho "following verdict was Had Never Seen Before. Clovcrport, Ky., 0t. 1 18JH'. Wc, tho jury, find that tho deceased. Ed. IIAItOINSHUIUS AT Burns, camo to his death by having been .TIAItltlKI) struck by or having fallen off train No. 1. 1ST TIIUIISDAY. 04 on tho L. St. L. & T. railroad nt Oloverport, Ky., on tho morning of Oct. 1st 181)2. Wo fail to find any thing of his It is a cold and bleak day In a torrid residence or relatives. Wo believe tho summer month when Breckenridge Mcceased to bo between 40 and 45 years county can't produco something romanof ago. G. W. JonnAN, foreman, tic, startling or sensational enough to C. S. Cnosso.v, keep tlio susceptible tongues of gossip J. E. Keith, wagging, and last weok probably tho R. T. Mattinoi.y, most romantic marriago that over ocHarvey Adams, Ed. Mahtin. curred in tho county was solemnized. Burns had $11 in cash on his person, Several months ngo Mrs. Anna and a timo check that was worth about a dashing young widow, of $25. Tho remains wcro turned over to this city, in a spirit of jocularity or undertaker, G. W. Jordan, nnd ho was inserted an advertisement given n respectable burial. After pay- in the Heart nnd Hand, a Chicago journing n board bill of $12 to Mrs. Conning-ham- , al devoted exclusively to Cupid's wiles, his landlady, tho remainder of his giving age, color of hair and eyes and money was sufficient to pay all funcrai other necessary descriptions, and stating expenses. that sho wished to correspond with somo Whilo it is not positively known young or middlo-age- d gentleman with where Bums was from, ho told somo of tlio object of matrimony. Not many Ills friends that ho hnd worked in Sagi- mails camo nnd went until a perfumed naw, Michigan, nnd that ho had a sister missivo from tlio Pacific slopo was reHying in Bay City, that Stato. Tho rail- ceived, stating that F. C. Humbly, a gold road officials havo telegraphed to thoso miner, of San Francisco, Cai., was someplaces, but, as yet, thoy havo been what on tho marry himself. to locate his relatives. Photographs were exchanged and a correspondent kept up for several months. CONSTANTINE. g stranger On tho Oth ult. n stepped from a Texas train at tho Dr. J. 8. Moreman and Miss Annie depot, nnd upon making inquirh s, Mercer attended tho picnic nt Mays found Mrs. Boultlnghouso nnd introducGrovo on tho 23d ult. and reported a ed himself as Mr. Hambly, of San Frangood timo. cisco. Ho was courteously received nnd Wo havo a fino school which is being a courtship was irnmed'ntely started. taught by professor Jessie Hoskinson, Mrs. Boulthighouso had several other who is well qualified as a teacher and as suiters, but tlio swift Californlan soon a christian, by setting good examples be- vanquished all his competitors, and the fore his pupils. romantic courtship was terminated last Our old friend nnd family physician Thursday in tlio parlors of the Vessel's Dr. McGuflin is very low at this writing Hotel, at Hardinsburg, when tho happy with cancer. He has suffered a great pair were mado man nnd wife, Judgo deal with this disease, but whilo ho is Adklsson officiating. suffering in tho body his soul is feasting Thoy will make this city their future on tho promises of God, and ho is only home. waiting to bo called from labor to refreshment in that houso not mndo with hands, tcrnally in tho Heavens. Wo havo just gono through two good On protracted meetings which wo trust has Is What Matt Chappoll Used added greatly to tlio causo of christ, as Bud Graham. conversions ami thoro nro twenty-on- o some conyictions nnd still tho good work A MEADE COUNTY AFFRAY THAT is going on. Wo have a prayer-meetin- g which is attended by largo in progress MAY RESULT IN MURDER. and nttentivo congregations nt eacli meeting. This meeting is conducted by (Sptcl.il to tho llrcckcnrlclgc Ncwi.'j brother Martin Lyons assisted by brother Jabcs Lyons, both good christian men Pbeston, Ky., Sept. 28, 1892. Just and beloved by all who know them. over tho lino from hero in Meade county .Hudsonvillo Lodgo No. 202, A. F. nnd Milton Pollock nnd Will Graham aro A. Masons assisted by tho Custer Lodgo burning n llmo kiln. Sovcrnl persons according io appointment met as Masons havo been in tlio habit of coming thero in honor of tho 91st birth day of brother of nights for a social timo. On tho 23 inst. nnd Ralph Horsely. On last .night Will Graham and his celebratod tho day In honor of tho aged cousin, "Bud" Graham, got into a wrist-lin- g matehj when Will threw "Bud." ono which was a grand celebration in Young Juno Chappoll expressed his every respect. " Brother Henry South who is 70 years delight at this, whereupon "Bud" Graof a and, it old preached a powerful Bcrmou from tho ham called him a 10th chapter 7 verso of Hebrews ami is said kicked, him. At this Matt Chap-pel- l, Juno's father, picked up n sled reads thus, "Then said I, lo I come. In volumn of the book it is written of Mo standard and Btruck "Bud" a terrible to do thy will O God." After tho ser- blow on tho head. Tho blood flow from mon wo then partook of a good dinner tlio wound nnd ran out of his ears when which had bben prepared by tho .Masons ho fell, but ho got up and with a littlo and tho neighbors, for tho occasion nt help walked homo, but just as ho got in the yard ho fell. Ho is still alivo but half past 2 o'clock. Brother C. M. preached another very interest- in a critical condition. Ho is about, 10 ing sermon for tho occasion. His too was years old. Young Chappoll was nrrested, but from tho 0 and 7 verses of tlio 4th chapter Pauls second letter to timothy and waiving examination, wra put under rends thus "I am now ready .to bo offered bond. Matt, is gono and has not been and tho timo of my departure is at hand heard from. These aro tlio facts as best your I havo faught a good fight, I havo finishcould learn them, later news ed my course, I havo kopt tho faith." This was well preached and listened to may put a "different face on things. Sept. 30, Graham is still alivo, but by a largo crowd. not expected to recover. I will now givo you a fow names of tho old people that woro thcro at thgniml Brother James Dean, celebration. STEPHENSPORT. years; sister Cook, 80; sister Birch, 75; Bister Horsoly the wioof Bro. llonoly, 8d; Fair at Romo, Ind., this week. undo Ed. Butlor 80; brother F, McCam-iaMr. Conrad Doppoo was in town SunThero woro othorsoldcr than brothday. er Horsely, but wo failed to get their Mr. and Mrs. Ad, Bennett returned iramea and age, This day was one long to bo remembered in the community as homo'last week. Mr. Amos Board, of Ilnrdlnsburg, was it was BpAatin the wWshlp of God and In honor to'thi aged, ones. In town Sunday, ttmo-checht Are shoddy trousers that some unscrupulous dealers sell for good goods. Buy your Breeches and your Suits and your Overcoat from us, and you will always get reliable goods at very modest prices. We promise nothing that we can't fulfill. .u and SUITINGS WINTER GARMENTS PATTERNS NEW DRESS Julius Winter & Co., s01d Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky HEART AND HAND. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barkloy and daughter, Murray, Misses Sallio Davis, Emma English, Violet R. Miller nnd Cora Best spent ono day last week in Robert's Bottom, guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. T. Roborts. Mr. Joseph Best, died, Monday, Sept. 20, 1802, of typhoid-pneumoni- a fever, rcn-deTe- and tho following day his body was taken to Louisvillo for burial in Cave Hill Cemetery. Ho had been sick for several weeks, but his illness was nover thought to bo fatal. Ho leaves n wile nnd ono child, besides brothers, sisters, parents nnd numerous friends who sadly feelhisloss. Ho was a loving husband nnd father, and good citizen, nnd 'twas so very sad lor tlio young wife, nnd wo sympathize with her nnd the family in their troublo. But thoy should feel reconciled, as our heavenly father, the ruler of nil things, knowetli best. Shawls SHADES. Jacke coat and trousers may bo Bwell, your cravat. Yet, you'll bo guyest of all guys If you wear a shabby hat. YOURlikowiso ook's Cotton Root COMPOUND. A recent dUcnvcry by an fid physician. Successfully ucd inontly by thous.inds of It the only pcrfectl) s.tfe nml rcllnh!. tm,llrtti, discovered. Ilew.irc of unprincipled (Impost who offer inferior mcdlclnet In place of thin. Ask for Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound, take no or inclose i and 6 cents In postage in letter, and wc will send, scaled, by return mall scaled particulars In plain enelopc, to ull ladies only, 1 stamps. Boult-inghous- e, Buy one of E. F. BEARD & ct CO; NO A matter how correct you dress, you'll loso self-respe- If you should woar, with nobby suit, pair of shabby sines. Address No. 3 Fisher niock, Detroit, Ml ch. I'oild Lilly Cniiipmiy. CL0VEEP0ET Try. the "BUEL." NO See Our matter if your lint is new, un-ab- lo if you wear now boots, i xou'ii noi oo "in it" lest vou wear. Onn nf nnr nnw full snitfl Double-Breast- ?( good-lookin- Clov-erpo- rt havo favored ut with a recent visit you may poialbly think you hare teeo pretty Dearly all we havo to show jou In the linn ol Clovcrport Souvenir Spooni. You will think otherwise, when you come again, anil you will promptly como to the conclusion that the last additions, which by the way have Just arrived, are by no meant the least. Nothing daintier, netblug more chaste, nothing more unljuo anl captivating in finish hai ever boon placed upon exhibition and you will say io when you look at them. If they take your fanoy, and the chances are a hundred to one that they will, they will take it with a rush. We Are alio making a special display of If you ed Sacks. WITH coat and lrt nn.l nit nil new. though you have auul Uulluis, You'll shabby look and shabby feel, Without now tio and collars. Examine our LATEST. A SLED STANDARD Dimond5 -- &s tTewelry, Y SILVEUWAUE, WATCHES, CLOCKS. Musical Merchandise, Novelties, Fancy Goods and Stationery. : OU mustn't think your dress complcto In all that fashion bids, Unless you havo your hands encased In B. F. Beard & Co's F. N. D'Huy ""Sl lr"Tcaa l Repairing a Specialty. :- - Undressed KIDS. OLOVERPORT, KY Ready for Business. - Gents ! Save Your Monef Vi VWm. sf xT It will pay you to visit our establishment when you get ready to purchase your PALL appatel. JNO. D. BABBAGE, kJsL The season is nt hand for Cloaks and wo aro moro proparod to show an oxtra largo assortment LADIES CAPES, REEFERS, COATS, BOX COATS, JACKETS, MILITARY NEW MARKETS, CASH STtt a Bewleyvillej No Leading Gents' Furnisner. Credit Prl X GRETCIIEN and other WRAPS PUBLIC SALE. Buc-hann- I will sell at Publio Salo to tho to numerous to montion. In Childs and Misses' Clonks wo highest bidder, at tho farm of the can make you happy. Honco if lato Edgar Bennett, near Irvington, you'ro going gunning for bargains, Breckenridgo county, on you'll need to go no further than ot.9'&rclock, tho following stock; "15 head of horses, consisting of GLOVEItrOKT, KY. broodmares, goldings and colts, all highly bred, also thrco mulo colts, thirty head of thorough-bre- d Liver Short-hor- n cattlo, consisting of a Act Directly on Uic Liver. cows, heifers and calves; ulso somo cvnxi uniui akd rmn.unrrrau. hogs, ono black Jack four years old BicsrisUDACiit, Diuori Couc, Coxstita-tiox- , RainuTiix, Pius. r.MTinow fino broodor, one thorough-bje- d or ins Hiaiit, Uizxixzsi, TonriD I.iycb, Short-hor- n Coated Tosons, 8ixxrLtisjni, andAij. (rcgistored) Bull two nm.uiicrTiisI.mil and (iroxACir. If yoadotioffcilvrry vcll,"a sinjlo pill at years old, farm machinery and Everything Mark ' Plain Figures., II-- . V J corrcs-pondo- nt Sulzer's, Tuesday, October 11, Will give youLm Goods for y produce than any house that will pay you nominally a Sellers' Pills. 8-- h. higher price than .. can oe sola at. . afrvahsMW. it " i bed-tim- e stlnrn'stc Ilia stomtcb, roslona tho appetite, Impart visor to tlio sytles. Tbcy cure all diseases Ilka magic. Oct the tfcht kind. 8ELLEBS UVEIt riUJs. Sold by drucslsts. f.od for olrcalir. BgLLEsMMKmctKK CO.,HUwfe.ra.! other implements. Torms of Bale 1nado known h day of sale. Mrs. Kate Bennttt. - ywsar cattle or shrep u W. K. Wctklnsnoa, MsUfh,Ky, OoloBftJiU'tJoriAUl. r.f 1 V.nity Miitliemntlr. HOMESTEAD'8 TARIFF LESSON. boy and twenty feet of If one wngon, !lt Hone nnd Itnnl TncU Inntcnil of garden hose can wet FKDNKSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1892. two street cirs, an lee wagon, n furulturu the l'roiiilnoil Iloint llrcf. van nnd sixteen (ivdestrlaus inside of ten Tho most potent tariff lesson of tho lxys year Is Fort Frickf which Scotchmnn TACKLING A DEAR. minutes, whnt could Ave o with the samo amount of hosu do in Carnegio has built around his protected lWia DrlrrnilllPil In Do It, isncl tla ininuteH, If properly encouraged to stool worki near Pittsburg to keep his Itiirely HaCHpeil. makon reconlf wni smoking n pipe with tho old mnn James was left n legacy of f 7,000, and ho "protcctod" working pcoplo from tearing ilotrln front of his door when it Turk plays f50 per day on tho rnces to double It his templo of Mammon to pieces. j3 Mbna with n danoinir Iwar. headed Tlieso nro tho working pcoplo whom For every $100 ho wins hu loses 123. At NiwhTlllo. Ho signified that ho wiu this ratio how long will It be leforo lie can tho tariff framed by Carnegio's friend SIMONSON. ty. Aatl was told to so to tho well and afford sealskin trimming on his overcoat f McKlnloy was to mako tho lords of SIMONSON. himself. Vhllohuwas drinking liis A boy who Is sent to the ostofllco on a whoso pay was to bo Increased Insupplying tho bear tho old man hot day for four dollars' worth of postage definitely; who were to grow fat on t giving hrulun careful looking over. stamps folds up the sheets and puts them roost beef nnd plum pudding; who woro rntly no said: in his hind pocket, of course. Ho then seen dead load a o' b'nrs in this ycro plays n gamo of mnrblcs with Dick Dead to revel in luxury on taxes forced by tho Mothers, como direct to our storo with your children when my buttons eye, n game of leapfrog with tho Hoblnson robber tariff from tho farmer, merchant Tennessee, but dod rot Wo hnvo ready for your inspection for tho coming season saw a critter llko that bcfoscJ I boy nnd takes a whirl on roller skates for and professional man. Wo- - will you arrive in town and consider yourself at home. a stock that oxcols, in nil respects, any of our provionn Tho heyday of their opulence has been half an hour. Upon his return to tho show you an array of Boys' and Children's clothing that is The Mammoth Shoo ami Clothing ofllcoho finds 0)tf per cent, of tho stamps postponed from tlmo to tlmo whflo thoy seasons' offerings. beautiful boyond deecription-th- o largest and finest ever seen fondly glued together. Whnt uumbcrdtd hnvo been faithfully adhoring to, tho Company, whoso establishment is tho in a western city. he save? In Overcoats wo show all tho leading styles and most party of monopoly and fraud and waitIt costs i cents to grow a Georgia wa- ing with growing Impatience for tho glory of Louiavillo and tho pridoofovory Children's Short Pants Suits in Cassimeres and Choviotst fashionable fabrics .worn either on this or. tho other side of tho termelon: 3M cents to gut it to n Viillroad made in Dengremonta, Norfolks and Box-plaitdawn of 'thoir millennium. Styles. Kentuckian's heart; is tho hcadquartors to $25,00, soino depot; 0f ccnu to get It to New York. It Atlanlio Ocean, ranging in prices from $5.00 When tho delusion can no longor bo Prices, $1 39, 81.50, 82.50, 83.00 to $5.00. cents, and the Is then sold for wventy-flvSilk-line- d all tho way through. and some of Tobacco Growers, Stockmen, Farmers purchaser loses two days' tlmo nt four dol- kopt up, tho Pennsylvania dnpes of tho Kilt Suits in ono nnd two pieces, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 to lars per day, and has two visits from a tariff braco gamo got a rndo though inClio latest styles in Staple Wool nnd Allinncemcn, more than over $5.00. Also a largo assortment of Short Pants, Threo-piec- o In suits wo have all per visit. What U structive lesson In tho economics of polidoctor at three dollars Suits, Boys' Odd Punts, Children's Odd Pants, Shirt Waists, tho entire cost of the melon, which was tics. With his pockets lined with 111 Scotches, Tweeds, Choviote? Worsteds etc. Cassimcrcs, this year, ourstock being greater and green, of course, although the seller war- gotten gains Carnegio, llko tlio charlatan Woolen Waists, etc. We have "Stouts," "Short and to $25.00, Prices, grander and our prices lower tnan at any ranted it dead ripe u his honor? Add the prophet of a fal60 creed, takes himself Boys' Long Pants Suits, $4.00 to $18.00, and Overcoats of his honor, four eiuts, and what Is value Fats," "Tall and Slims," and extra sizes, so that we can for away from tho soono of his knavery, time in our history. Come in and seo us at $3.00 to $15.00. the gross sum t his victims' angry fit any man pcifcctly. A farmer lias eighteen rows of corn, each well out of earshot of when in town. You are sure to moot somo Children's Overcoats from 98c. up, in cute and pretty row containing wvcuty.flght hills. He durses. styles and warm and durable material. Then, while ho takes his avw in thnt( wishes to divide the hill among II vu of your neighbors hero. If you cannot Hunting Coats and Boots; Working and Dress Suits, Waterproof tramps who lost their nil In tho Chicago notablo Scotch castlo, his man Frick' d Shoes for air tho family at hss than you pay at other stores. flro nnd have staid all night in the barn calmly notifies the nion at Carnegie's Coats, Underwear of every grade. White Shirt, Flannel Sliirlp, Neckcomo, send for elegant illustrated catalogue, Hats for Men. Boys and Children at tho lowest prices on earth. Our disand bcn given n hearty breakfast. How Pennsylvania mills tliat tills isnt the "wiioori TvnoornEi" Send for wear,, in fact, everything that Men, Boys nnd Children wear. play of Furnishings, Gloves and Umbrellas unsurpassed. Send for tramp hoe that hills did free to any address. il llko I wanted to tackle html D'ye tunnylong did it each the gang of them is, year for roost beef and plum pudding; Illustrated catalogue. illustrated catalogue. to take how Mint b'ar would bo much on the that salt horse and hard Uvck aro good get out of sight down t lie road while the enough KrWerr for hirelings, and In short th&t ell, he's n, pretty good chunk of a farmer was making his calculations on a thoy must accept wages reduced by 80 shingler 'and I think he'd bo too much for a A doctor buys forty wilts' worth of early or 60 per cent, or tramp. If thoy object I" 1 replied. lit nil bumptiously tp doing tlw ono or cents' harvest apphs and thirty-liv- e irn his plctur, but I think I kin of Mississippi plums and distributes worth them tho other, thoy will bo scalded .with hot his backl Say. you!" among thlrtt. u boys. In tho next twenty-fou- r water or shocked to death with tho latest Rook yere, Stephen, what yo' all gwlno hours he has seven calls at $J.fiO per electric dovlces. . -St. Louis Rcfwbllc. now?" inquired the wllo as sue tamo call; how much was his total outlay, and what was his clear profit on the Investvino to tackle that b'nrl" ho replied. Tlic lamily phjsleian. Mrs. Helen It.Shaltcr, M. QUAD. ment? Lbln a right smart while since I had 410 Walnut St., Heading l'a., statcii "We alet a b'ar, and I'm gittin lonesomo." ways use Salvation Oil for what Is recommended There is no use of any ono suffering in place of a physician. It nc.er falls." on't yo' go fur to do ltl You's got of business without fiissin with with tho cholera when Chamberlain's f; Better tacklo that yerebresh fence." Colic, Cholera and Dinrihu'allemedy can Micro ColiimliiiK (lot II U lilcii. U loneKome to tacklo a b'ar, Sally, Medinjval Enrojie know but very little I'twon't do no good to gabber at me. be procured. It will give relief in a few If you wis!) trangcr, I want to hcv a turn at Unit minutes nnd cure in a short time. I have of eastern and northojuitern Ahlo. Many of tho most learned cosmographors of ?.'' to tried it and know. W. II. Clinton, 1't think thwTurk understood what AND tho tlmo taught that Asia stretched eastnnd dpc1 Instruction, una dollar N. J. Tho epidemic nt llehnetta tinted. Ho had taken tho bear's ward indefinitely, and 110 one imagined for our " Hook for A ivortlnors." A lie off to let him drink, nnd ho now was nt first believed to bo cholera, but that it hod an eastern co;vst washed by little study of tliut book will cnalilo you to doefdo m lint you ought to do, lieed it and stood looking at us In a subsequent investigations proved it to be tho ocean. It was seriously taught that nndgHounMciof tuoprobublocoat. iled way. Fstepheu, don't make no fool o' yo'selfl" a violent form of dysentnry, almost ns eastern Asia was a land of vast swamps, If you instruct uy dangerous as cholera. This Remedy was inhabited by monster serpents nnd OLOVERFbRT, KY. KatloDcd the wife as the old man pulled to nlaco n certain nmount of adverr his vest and spat on his hands. used thero witli great success. For snlo dragons. This was tho opinion that still tising for jou In thownywo think Don't read this column or you prevailed up to within 00 yours of tlw will do you lliomon good, you should I'i'll tacklo that durn crittur if it busts by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. Bond nn explicit rtntement of what tlmo of Columbus. lei Whoop! Whoopee! Hear mo crack might ho tempted to inVtA your you wlnh to accomplish, and mako 4 blamed ole spinal column!" At this time two Venetian merchants sultnblo nrrancoments for payment. mu"u &, Your order wilt then rocolvoall tho Irhe bear was standing up when the old by tho namo of Polo went on a vast Cleveluiitl Is no WnrU f tiirglev. nttcntion that It requires. Do you want to buy Real KstatoT an rushed in. The Turk let go of the ' The partisan organs now fo iierslstent-l- y trading expedition to tlra uttermost Call on R. L. Newsnra. lain with a shout of dismay nnd ran If you wisr; asserting that tuo Democratic issuoof parts of Asia, They woro gono mnny kvn tho road, and man und bear tumbled Do you want to rent a Farm 7 freo trade and tho years. Upon their return tho son of ono tariff reform means fcto the dust nnd rolled over und over and Call on R. L. Nows .m. arj zidvcrttecrpent destruction of American industries hnvo of them, n young man named Marco Kcro almost hidden from sight. Tho wife Do you want to rent City property T prepared nnd n plan of advertising Polo, wroto out a full account of their marked out ; to bo told what c wld J sprang forward, but could do nothCall on R. L, Nowsom. with equal persistency declared Mr. Tho Regular and Reliable MANUFACTURERS OF you rliould use, nnd whnt thoaiors cost It;. The bear growled nnd the old man Do you want the best anil only desirable, Clevoland a froo trader nnd a radical. travels, doscrilied tho empire of tho will be, wo will furnish tho adverRouted, and tboy tumbled around for two But no amount of assertion can mako a grand khan (tho Uhinwo emperor) and tisement nnd tho plan either or lot (or salo on Main, 60x176 feet fur lmth.nnd submit them for finutcs before bruin broke away and man what ho ia not. Mr. Clevoland has revealed the fact that Asia was bounded $800.00 7 Call on R. L. Konm. together with ourLill for limbered off after his frightened master. Do you want to buy tho Cloverport Hotel, on tho east by a vast 000.111. Ho detho service. He was nover sought to jngglo with words and leu wo looked for the old man. centrally located and doing a large confuso tho pcoplo of tho United States scribed this eastern const minutely, i:rc, and Almost an naked as the day he business T Call on R. L.Newsom, preparing up In n knot, but as to his viows on the tariff. Should ho with nil its vast cities nnd Its wealth of i bom. Ho waa tied P. 8. I am now prepared and hava full Is nlwnys on hand with a full stock, precious stones und spices. aIvertiscrr)Cit?, authority to offer said Hotel at a bargain. lo finally stralghtcnt 1 him out. lugged bo olected those views would dotermino It was from reading this book that tho electrotypes and estimates tho adBuftho policy of tho administration. Correspondence (row abroad solicited. Jin into the houso nnd got tho remains of This vertiser jiays us. Kor tho expense of Imagination of Columbus was iired, and Is a good cbanco to securo the best and moxt GREAT placing nilvcrtl"omentsnnd watch-in- ir in on a bed. Then we brushed and falo Enquirer. ho conceived tho bold conception of popular hotel In tho city, and no tho fulfillment of contracts wo shed nnd rubbed until we got the dust aro paid bv a rnmmlsrton allowed by price asked. reaching this eastern coast of Asia by of him. He wits clawed from the top Now Try This. tho piiblUhui of tho paper In which Do you want a loan negotiated T Bailing toward tho west around tho this head to the end of lilt big toes, and Cli) ?!& Vi iliy, tho advertisement appears. It will cost you nothing and will surely earth. Call on R. L. Newsum. worked n good two hours to dress ills rts. Ho recovered conselnuMips after do you good, if you hnvo a Cough, Cold, or If you warjfc to Icanj So when ho discovered Cuba ho had Have you money you want placed on Kit first half hour, lint didn't my anything nil tho Ins and outs of advertising safe security 7 Cull on R. L. New join. any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. not a doubt that he had landed upon tho Kit II we were all throng!;! then lie faintly without nny Cost or trouble, read Do you want money on short call 7 coast of Asia, nnd that ho looked upon Dr. King's New Discovery for ConsumprillNTKRS' Ink rcirularlv. carefully. Wo must unlond our Mammoth cd: Call on R. LNewsotn, studiously; Issued wookly, Jia year. tion, roughs and colds is guaranteed to tho samo scenes that Marco Polo had Sally, did jo' pay the Turk?" Do you wabt to ront a house"? Stock of Fall Goods. If you wish a complcto catalogue of gazed upon 200 years before. Yankee ('What fur, Stephen" give relief, or money will bu paid back. all newspapers, sond $5 for tho AmeriCall on R. L. Nowsom, Blodo. .'!' ur his Wo havo tho largest and most can Nowspuper Directory. b'ar. I didn't menu to do Sufferers from La Grippe found it just P. S. Good paying renters can genorally For any further information address klmt when I got my favorite hack holt on Whnt shall it profit a man if ho gain secure a house. complete lino of Let me put n "bug in your i.andiiui-ouhlir- t smmt I jest let out tho thing and under its use had a speedy 6EO. P. ROWELL &-- C.f ear," R. L. Newsom rents property and collects i!u busted his dod blamed backbone Into and perfect recovery. Try a sample bot- tho whole world and then has tho dystb rents on a commission of ton per cent, and, Newspaper Advertising Bureau, t'ty pieces!" tle at our expense and learn for yourself pepsia so bad that lie can't enjoy any of renting being a specialty with him, don't 'Stephen, hns yo' got yo'r mlndf" asked 10 Sl'HUCE ST., NEW YORK. you know it is better to place your property in good tilings it contains ? lie won't just how good a thing it is. Trinl bottles tho he vlfo as she bent over him. bis bands than to rent It yourselt 7 Why 7 have dyspepsia if lie takes Do Witt's free at Short &. Ilaynes Drug store. ."Ofco'solhas." Because ho is cuntrolling a large amount of Littio Early Risers. "And yo' think yo' killed that b'nrf" Large bottles 50c. and $1.00. property and tJfllng renters find ItEI'OHTS f'Ofco'soIdo." it "unhealthy" and be soon gets rid of them. For sale by ShortA Haynes.Cloverport, LOUISVILLE Keep constantly on hand Nowsom bears but few complaints from good "Tlicn let me say yo' don't dun know EvorbrougU to this country. Our and Heard & IJecler, Hardinsburg, Ky. renters, but the "howl" comes from thoso felThe lllng lit thu Protected. FURNISHED BY imff to soak yo'r head In tho ruin bar'l! a largo stock of lows who do not want to pay, and to such, he disyo' to shoestrings in stock, of Dry Goods, Hardware "hat b'ar llrkiil Andrew C.u'ueio has fallen into & Co., G. says Cnil on Somobody Klso. A ted at Nineteen Years. nbout n minlt, and yo'li bo mighty peart if credit among tho Republican leaders, by Hats, Caps and Is Newsom bard benrtod? Not especially so. Lo' git outer this bed agin in fo' weeks! I An important bit of local history has General Produce and Commission whom ho has always boon held in high He will accommodate you If you pay for it, and tun tole yo', but yo' wouldn't heed!" Merchants and Genera Storage. been discovered at Salem in connection regard, becaubo ho Is forcing many thouprovided you stand to your side of the bargain "btrnnger. was it a fair foutf" ho asked sands of employees to resist a roduction with a tombstono In tho old Charter If you don't like his way of dealing H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Kmo, Call on Somobody Else. of wages. Tho cut down of tho earn- street burying ground. In tho uttor-moReliable and prompt. Cash with every acwas." I'Jt 'Ob I Sympathetic hypocrites ; when your corner of this ground is a stone count sals. Consignments solicited. ings of Iron und steel workers proposed I was licked f" Ind sympathy gets above your Judgment don't by tho firm of which Mr. Camegio is bearing this inscription: L'ou were." blame the landlord quite so much, but call LOUISVILLE. KY., Oct. 4, 1892. "Mr. Nathan Mather died October yo fa looked surprised and incredulous for tho head will put $1,200,000 into thoir 'round at his office and drop in $S.U0 for the Shippers should mark all package plainly, 17th, 1088. An aged person that had homcntnnd then whispered: pockets annually, a grub from tho wages Arc surprisingly cheap. Como earspecial objuct of your sympathy and help pay address. tLickcd by a b'arl Now let the Inwd o'f tho men which millionaires of tho socn but uhioteon winters In this world." with shipper's nnme snd bis rent, It will be dividing the loss on bad ly and securo tho best bargains. fen take me nway, fur I'll novcr hold up renters, and then you will feel better. Don't Tho meaning of this peculiar Inscrip- Choice, country I1UTTEB. Camogio greed cannot resist. Harris-bur- g 17 18 agin oil this alrth no ino'I" let the landlord lose it all I I" head Wo also havo a nico lino of School "Star (Ind.). tion lias long leen a mutter for conjec- Medium k 13 (y) 15 P. S. The above scripture Is addressed to ture among local historians. In his Common ., U (ip I2 Books and Drugs. Call and poo hn'tt the heathen gentiles. If a dealer oilers ou a bottle of Sal. t, A reported outbreak of Cholera, nt o JB (a) 3U "American Notobooks," Nathaniel ireamsrT In Oil without wrapper or lubtU, or in a mu- It. L. Kowiom has about sixty renters and us. caas. N. J., created much excitement in refers to It and says: " 'An ngod Id condition, don't touch It ilon't buyitat be don't want any but paying ones. To goovl fresh U to 16 T)rlcc, there Is something wrong paying renters be will take special pains to it may be that vicinity. Investigation showed that man at nineteen years,' onlth tho gravel'OULTKY. make tbem comfortable. uigcrciusorwortlilesscouiitcrfelt. Iiitittupon tho disease was not Cholera but a violent stone. It affected mo deeply when I Old Hem per lb 7 to 8 CtOVEHPORT, KY. I ung a perlect, unbroken, genuine package. Do you want a huuse built and pay for It In , S to 4 dysentery which is almost as severe and cleared away tho graas from tho half Iloottera lit oh your guardl monthly Installments T For terms buried stono and road tho name." Springers 10 to II dangerous ns Cholera. Mr. Walter WiCall on R. L. Nowsom. Tho mystery has boon solved by tho FEATHERS. GLENDEANE, KY. Do y su want a, forty horse power englno and lton, a prominent merchant oi Jnincsburg discovery In tho Essex Institute of a Crime, whito govio.. 48 40 It, Will Not lect Ho Any Oik. boiler. Call on R. L. Newsom. two miles from Helmettn, says Chamber-Han'- s book entitled, "Tho Gonenlogy of tho Mixed 2iW:iH Tho Republicans cannot extract much Do yon want to start a Slack Barrol and 20 3J J. C BOURNE, J. M. HARPER, Colic, Cholera and Dhurhtua Reme By this book it ap- Old DANIEL BROOKS Mather Family." Fcomfort ffom tho action of Typozranli- Stave and Heading Factory with power alNo. I. duck 24 (j) 40 , ready attached 7 union, No, 0, in declaring coittldeuce dy has given great satisfaction in thomost pears that Nathaniel Muthor was born Call on R. L. Nowsom. HIDES, July 0, 1000. and was a brothor of Cotton Oreon, food BOURNE, BROOKS & CO., Having about thirty jcros of city tots he men who tried to plodgo tho severe cases of dysonterry. It is certain3J$ Jf would sell a fow "slices," and If you want a Dry Salt, good 0 Qj) 8 Printers to Whltolnw Held. Tho facU ly ono of tho best things ever made." Mather nnd a son of Increoso Mather. building lot At tho ago of twelve years ho had Dry aint, good Call on R. L. Newsom. 7 ,8 are that Bold fougtit organized labor For sale by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. 24 80 thoroughly fitted for college, and ho was Sheep skins Do you want to pay your city taxes 7 for years by ulr means and by foul. Call on R. L, Newsom. WOOL. gradnated from Harvard nt tlw ago of Ho nover lost an opportunity to Injure Louisville, Si Louis & Texas 11, R. Co, 30 (u) 32 Have you claims against the city troasury 7 sixteen. At twolvo ho had read tho Old Advloe for Voting Jouriiiillat. tho organization. Tho penco which he , 23 Oieaie, fine 22 (u) Call on the city treasurer and he will toll you A correspondent asks, "How shall a Testament In Hobrow and tho now Tes- Grease, coarse said to havo inodo with tlio union 20 (A 21 CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. that R.L. Newsom, as City Tax Collector, al11 not deceivo anybody. 15 (5 18 It Is a trado young man proceed who desires to be- tament In Greek, nnd was ahlo to con- Merino ways keeps said treasury supplied with money. 3STO. verse familiarly In Latin. Ho was dis- Hurry and Cuts U (W) lb come u rej)orterf" and eltnplo, and tho man himself Claims for collodion solicited from cltlpa BOURBON STOCK YARDS. HAY, GRAIN, FEED. Lot him apply to tlw city editor of tho tinguished not only for his complete abroad and prompt remittances made. LOUISVILLE, KY. i Just whoro ho did when bo made Wo quote price! mastery of languages, but for his attainon Louisville cltj Many thanks for the laree natronaze I havo KTribuuo a rat oflloo. Men do not pupor on which ho hopes to get a Job. If ments in mathematics, philosophy, his- wharfs ' enjoye d. ho can bring a short letter of introduciL their convictions in a night, but Taking Effect HAY. tory, theology and rabbinical learning they Mfeotlmoa barter them for a noml- - tion it will not hurt him: but ho doesnt Strictly cholco 12u0 13 00 R. L. NEWSOM. as OF tho At 5:00 o'clck A. U. Wednfisdajulj 29. '91 u vu M 12 00 ittoo ttliovlco presidency. at. Louis need any great wad of recommendations. ho woll. At nn tlmo of his graduation unoice ino. z.,. clolivored oration in Hobrow upon Good Medium 0 00 Qd 10 00 Ho slwuld know what ho can do,in tho bDMiatch. Headquarters for Hood Urlgbt Straw 4 40 (5 i SO way of reading and writing English, bo tlw state of learning among tho Jowb. Wti Bound Traint Sail Bound Traxm THELOUISVILLE&ST.LOUISAIR LINE. Boston Journal. CORN. J prepared to say how old lw Is) if ho 61 62 Specimen Cases. I w Mall Si Choice wblto 54 H 53 Mall & (L. E. & ST. L. R. R.) Choice shelled Ilflbrd, Now Caenol, Wis., was Bleaks German or IfFrench, or any other 62 () 55 Bxpr's Hxpr's STATIONS Uxpr's Bxpr. foreign langnago; ho is in good health, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Capital Stock $25,000. OATS. tibleu with Neuralgia and llheuinntisin If ho drinks; Iw doesnt want to bo fresh, Dally Dally Dally Dally Tho Best Kalvo in tho world for Cuts, Grain 'Drills, Fertiliier, Cement, Mich SHORTEST, QUICKEST 2 oats 34 3S stomach was disordered, hia Liver was nor does ho want to bo a chump. Ho Uruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Itheuin, Fever No, OOfiprr. ,625pm 7 45.im Iv.Un'n p't..ar 100 D. F. BEARD, Preildont. WHEAT. AND BEST LINE TO titan Plastur, 8alt, Limo, Coal Oil Kentucky St, 12 45 860 800 0 4U pected to an alarming degree, appetite wants to get rid of tho idea that tho Sores, 07 WILL MILLER, 720 8 41 805 West l'olnt 1205 Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains No, 2 Long Derry wheat.. paper needs him, but wnnts to impress 12 02pm by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, 802 Howard 724 845 away, and ho was terribly rctluced in 60 M. II. BEARD, Cashier. Corus, and all Skin Eruptions, nnd posi- No. 2 Red BOO 1145am 11 7 47 Hock Haven 4h fliidstrenL'th. Three bottles of Elcc- - it on tho city editor (not by talking, tively 74& MISCELLANEOUS. AND ALL POINTS Long I) ranch 1138 767 908 Q. W. BEARD ) cures Piles, or no pay required. It 1b a good man, and howovor)thnt ho 1129 731 llrandenbura: 4 Ftric Hitters cured him. Tallow, per bbl AM & MORRIS KSKRIDOE 1 . Dire torill 917 Meade Springs 1125 727 9 21 South-Wes- t. that if ho has had no oxpcrlcnco ho will is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Ueeiwax 21 20 J R. M. JOLLY. 1119 jiKron 723 817 926 Kdward Shepherd, Ila'rrisburg, 111. had nevertheless 20 (d) 25 . 1111 Gustnn 715 934 827 Brick, Plow Haodlea, Pine Flooring i .running soro on nis ice oi cignt years green men; learn. Soino papers prefer or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per Sorghum per gallon "i INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 1102 IrvlnirUm 66S 9 44 837 is Effect Jul 3i, 1892. thoy don't have to nnloarn box. For ualo by Short & Haynei?, Home Orown per POTATOES. 1 JO 1 76 1063 6 48 8 47 barrel Webster 952 kept on hand. Orders acjlaruljng. Used threo bottles of.Electric so much. Now York Sun. Lv. Louisville 8:05 a,m...8:2J p.m...4t29 p.m. ' druggists. 10 (X) 1045 6 40 865 store 2q to 60 per bu higher. From 1035 831 1010 905 Arr St. Louis 7i20 pm ...6:45 a m I'ierce Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Ar companied bj cash prompt DEANS. R, R, 911 Louisvi'le.Hardlnsburg&Western 1030 Sample 1015 616 Evansville 1:10 " w 1 HO td 1 76 10:00p.m. Michigan, band picked is not unusual forcolds con traded in Long Services In Wuloa. nica Salvo, and his leg is sound nnd well. It 1023 9 21 Stcpbensport 1023 618 . ly lilled. For further la formation, call on or address, i. ; 1 60 td t 60 No. 2 TIME TABLE. , Nary 1018 1027 925 613 Addison Catawba, BfaJ Sneaker. .....,... 0., hail fivo tho fall to hang on all winter, III such ' In Wales tho Sunday evening services indlata Common and eolorod 1015 76 to 1 00 1030 610 " Holt R.A CAMPBELL, ..... L. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. 930 1044 i. 940 Cloverport 1001 667 65 to 1 00 largo rover sores on ins ieg, uoctore earn cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis nj-- al- generally hist two hours. Now there Flat and ulxod Osn'l Pass. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. Shops 9 57 1060 961 663 can bo littio doubt that n service lasting ONIONS. 9 44 West Hound Trains ho was Incurable. Ono bottlo Electric most sure to result. A fifty cent bottle" of 6 40 East Hound Trains 1001 1100 Sklllman J. B CAMPBELL, 1 60 to 2 60 ' two hours op n summer evening Is con- Northern, per bbl on arrival 933 1111 630 Hawesvllle Dally Dally Dally Dally 1010 Hitters and ono box. Bucklen's Arnica Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will euro sidered too long from stor 200 to 300 1118 D. P. A. Louisville, Ky 623 .926 l'etrle ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun 1018 by working men and 1124 Kalcon 615 OAUliAOIi. , Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by Short any cold. Can you afford to risk so much women who havo been hard at work six No.6 No. 1 No. 2 No. g 1021 CltyTloket 0fflee,8. Y7. Cor, Third A Main St Cayce 1121 1028 611 915 . 2 00 to 3 00 Per crate from store 11 SOun I.v IrvlriKton Ar Louisville, Ky. for so small an amount? This remedy is days running. If gsOam 90U it I lay ncs Drug storo, 1034 1135 605 Lewis port chapels aro to reCELERY. g 3S 12 10pm Garfield 1162-4 48 861 1050 1'owers intended especially lor bad colds' and tain their hold, especially in English Fanoy white plume, per dot. 12 25 36 to 40 Hurried 815 1207pm 1102 837 435 Patea Tim I'll rent M'tVuMi'lno. A large number ot 12 42 Hardinsburg 7 SO 20 to 26 " 1216 " Oweiisboro 1111 827 425 towns, tlio services must bo mado Choice croup and can bo 118 Kirk 715 4 13 Tho talk about breaking tho solid For salo by A. always depended tq on. shorter. 1 havo seen an advertisement Choice Qroen 122; 815 1123 Mattlngly 10 to 20 ISO II. Fisncr, Druggist. Jolly 7 06 4 05 1131 806 236 Stanley south is all moonshine. If Republican 148 Olendeane 6 41 1140 246 365 from which it appeared that in ono NonWorthlneton 7 65 1 55 Dernpster a 31 FARMERS FREE COLUMN. enccesa did not dourly monnco tho south Spottsvdle 1165 At the 101 737 337 conformist chapel tho services nro "brief, 215pm ar I'allsflouKhlv 6 Warn 12 05pm 7 29 ilasketta 329 another forco .bill and tho conso-qucI11 ,Vtli years old, An Omlnoui Opeiifnu;. 250 Kockvale 654 bright, brotherly." But that was not in 1X)It SI.I.K. M.uc, live black. Owl fifteen 25pm ar.Henders'n Iv 715am 315om 1220am und one inch hleli, all the 3 02 revival of tho ruco question, ono Until 629 Tho campaign opens ominously foi Unlit, drives well, and sound. 311 Asklns 5 21 (or two of tho southom states might pos-- tho party of tho so called protootlvo Wales. Liverpool Mercury. Por Salo .or Bent. For next fall delivery. Order what you want Tims. II. Withers, Hardinsburg, Ky. 3?J 5O0 Oaks islbly bo fighting ground. As it is thero tariff. Labor riots, strikes and lockouts Fifty acres of good, strong bill land, tbree Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure ' 400pm ArFordsvilIel.v 4 45am armigh-brcPoland SALK, tight A fuded and discolored beard is untidy 1.1OII It for you at the lowest rates. lllley Dowtll, ,te not the least likelihood that Mr. Har- all over tho country mako tho outlook and a half alios from Cloverport, Ky. 'lu. ITIOIl SAI.U. Tlie Clovrrpnrt Steam Laundry IrvliiKton.Ky. rison will get a single electoral vote particularly dismal for tho ticket which and n misfortune. It may be prevented Address JL Machinery new und ROUT. K. WOODS, ZACK. C3FIEEN, t'ur icrms, etc,, address SAI.K sisly.clght head or sheep, nity- by using 'liuckingliain's Dyo for tho Manager Hardinsburg Nursery. from' that part of tho country. Boston contains the namo of Whltclaw Eeid. War Department, CMAl'IN A HOWARD eight ewes. It. M, Rhodes, .Olobe, Whiskersa nover failing remedy. Washington, D, 0 Buffalo Enquirer. Cloverport, Ky.J UARDINSBURQ ,KY , Klrk.Ky. JRECKENRIDGE NEWS. thn-emll- twen-ty-on- THE MAMMOTH KLEINHANS& Greater Than Ever Before. Tlic Pride of Kentucky. KLEINHANS& cro-atlo- n; i COME TO TOWN. WE INVITE YOU. ' ed u SilH-fuce- d' one-thir- : MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY 1 1 f Market Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets, LOUISVILLE, ZY. R.l. KLRINHANS & SIMONSON, To Advertisers alvcrtis? .t 1 REAL ESTATE Hel-raelt- a, THIRD STREET Rental Agent -- PUMd Mill Jt' MICHAEL HAMMAN, yourron-tlderatlo- n, For FURNITURE ill 1nl DEALER Ming BQBQlft -:-:- de-u- Wfeiw Mm W & I? H 1 XT a g Len. Herndon ' st poit-offl- ' Ilel-met- Haw-thorn- Third Street Planing Mill, W. C. MOORMAN, HARPER, -- Commission Salesmen of Live Stock d . 18. y GREGORY & CO., BANK TIME SCHEDULE .' Reapers and Mowers, HAHDINSBUEa I t 1 St. Louis. Evansville Pine Poplar Shingles -- - i,i ,!. West and ImMi 1 I I cr m FRUIT TREES Hardinsburg Nursery, ?. d fint-clus- Ltv L -'" K9 ai tt if? i T? v ' . ' v 'tw 7" mir w 'j vs.TV'' J'wl 'WAIi'l "VV--'IBIF-r'- - . ww-- f 3 'p.' ryM! " lQt-boea- nridge News. AY, OCTOBEK 5, 1892. ' Tun election is just four weeks fiom yesterday. The next Stato Banker's Convention will be hold at Paducah. In this county most all the farmers want good big roads, (Rhodes) this year. Some snow fell in Now York last week. It was also n cold day last Wednesday for tho Third Party peoplo in Georgia. What is homo without tho Nkwh. HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT. FRAGMENTS OF TIME, Roads of the Western States. Illy Hon. John J, Ingalls, or Kansas, In April Number oi Oood Iloads. , Western roads aro much like tho roof of Urn cabin of tho Arkansas Travolor, K.miland'h poet Tennyson, is dead. laureato, Alfred, L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOl HO Autumn of '92. WE : WEST. .jr. O. BARRAGE, Editors - ami r Gray nnd Gresham aro whooping things up in Indiana for Clovo and Stovo. Pauanger Dally arr. Hardlntburg..i2:4I OOIKQ p.m. (1ST. l Salt Time Card. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7i80 a.m Littlo Half Hours, Appropriately which did not leak in dry weather, and Appllod, Mark tho Distinction when it ruined could not bo repaired. Botwoen Mon. Nino months every year tho pralrio highAfter a Long Absence the Cloverport Woman Again Oraoes Our Columns with One of Her Interesting Communications. v OEFER : OUR : NEW .: DESIGNS': IN 10.01 a.m. " weat East Wett k ' Suit Wl iu,4 a.m. 5.J7 p.m. 9.46 -11.10 p.m. a.m. .10.05 a. ra. When you put your advertisement in tho News it is read by at least 10,000 people. WDIDATES. nent Iudiana Republican, has Columbus B. IlAnnon, another promicome out Whisper it to brother for Clc eland. Ben softly. Speaker Crisp will address the Democracy of tho Second district at Owensboro Ltic k Ticket. PRESIDENT, fr.KVF.T.AMn., , NKV YORK. The K. P.'s will havo full possession Tiiiike of tho Southern states tho Third of this city next Saturday. If you don't party claimed liavo gono Democratic. sco what you want my bravo Knights, But this will bo nothing compared to tho pleaso ask for it. great doubling up in November. The Scarlet Letter now running in tho The result of tho Into elections in News will bo followed by ono of tho most o Georgia aro better than the most supremely interesting serial stories over Democrats had expected. It set- published in any paper. Watch for it. tles tho question as to a solid South. Wm. M. Ev'auts, tho great lawyer and Ik you don't seo what you want in tho statesman, is said to bo living in comNews this week ask for it. Tho Demo plete retirement in his quaint old mancratic campaign is on, wo aro in it, and sion near Gramercy Park, Ho takes no everything must go regardless of cost. interest in politics. san-guln- fifc?r T STEVENSON, JK ILLINOIS. OR CONGRESS The Stato Railroad Commissioners inspected tho Texas last week. They certo catch tainly found it all right, and Mr. eyes and standing on tip-to- o sight of ono of tho greatest countries tho is resting easy over having the sun over shown on. best paying property in the state. this .timo Columbus Tiieiie is no mistako about Judgo Grcsham's position in Indiana. He is straight out for Cleveland and ho will carry numbers with him. Tho old Hoosier stato can bo counted on for tho Democrats in November. Just four hundred years ago, about was straining his MONTGOMERY, (fA"ilDlN COUNTY. It rcmcuiT JUDGE Attorney General Hendricks has pronounced the act creating tho Kentucky World's Fair appropriation valid and advises tho committee to proceed to carry out tho purposes and objectB of tho act for which it was created. McBEATII, W.CALTItS ATTORNEY fYSON COUNTY. p S. CIIELF, rilARDIN COUNTY. S. : Thrco of tho Dalton gang were killed outright and tho money they had secured from tho bank was all recovered. The most sensational and daring bank Hon. P. Watt Hardin will make severrobbery that has occurred for some timo al Democratic speeches in this county, took place last week at Colluy villo, Kan. beginning at Cloverport, Oct. 2oth ; Hardinsburg, the 20; Custer, tho 27 and McDaniels, tho 28. Let all good Democrats turn out and hear tho gifted orator. Hon. D. II. Skvkks writes from Frank, fort that John G. Carlisle will certainly make his first campaign speecli in Kentucky this year to tho Democrats of Breckenridgo county. Mr. Severs could not give tho dato of Mr. Carlisle's appointment here, but ho assures us that it will be in tho near future. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK SKILLMAN, RHODES. for siinnipp f. K. The now creamery at Irvington is an institution that is attracting tho interest of the farmers in that section. Somo of tho leading men there are at tho head of it and they are determined it shall bo a success. They should have tho of tho farmers there generally. The greaso is never dry on tho little engine in tho News office and her little WJIACEAT day in tho wheels aro humming ovt-rweek. A big supply of job w ork and two bow at iho political situation copies of the News to bo run "a much to encourage Dem- - thousand off besides, leaves no timo for "our finking of it in a purely local bo monkeying with tho fly lisn't the slightest reason for devil" ;to wheel. is from this senso that HOME. rHT PAGES. to come, should it Beyond tho limits of n contest to put two or throe locrats in oflice, there's not brry over. to for Congress, Mr. Mont-walk over and none of us Pm for him. In tho judicial DIcBeath has enough to make ; from tho Third party peo- 'is in no immediate danger. Iilican and Third party vote net combined is not enough him, because figures based on bvernor's race show that tho have a clear majority over isomo thrco or four hundred let, there is no probability of ins voting against Judge Mc- fa Third party candidate. In presidential year the Ilepub- not take much Third party theirs. They aro as much op-icin as tho Democrats are, ct, that they have nothing to "Where n Rting with them. Icandidate is successful, it to the Republican PR fgniu, tho Republicans aro nd they have been urged to lily in line. Their public Have appealed to the old and Lerans in tho cause, to stand icir principles and not bo do- to following off strongo Gods. tuch instructions wo do not fear ran treachery. Asido from tho jntial ticket, they haven" t any Bmake. All of them of course w ill Uncle Benny, but beyond that liqtrict, many of them are not a' farthing. is in truth, tho political lay out, (view it. But it is always best to .guarded, although tho surround Beem apparently safe, lor hiavo endeavored to speak the amocracy and urge upon all i.SCiunity and harmony. This a .mat year for tho party in jiings, Lowell as great ones, and amewlngfor each ono to do lickt straight and urge your r io tho same. ; ; k likely it f i W 4 nstoro wir as usual was a Lcra, and tho profits to tho com- oe someuuiig near few in this Stato who know una fcJr better or moro success- Ulo Dr. Todd, president, and Carter, tho secretary of tho Uounty Association. They aro niVulvertiserB and groat big hearted ("fealties, and a fellow, if ho has ever in there once, is treated so nico ho'll cj Again and take sovcral of his Sljjubors along with him. And this acouata mainly for tho big crown every ymr. ro - word to Hardin county invest your plus in making good county roads and schools will follow. At the end of ery good road you will find a good tool and several along in tho middle. ..Arpyou going to Iho World's Fair? fyoa aro you can find sorao matters in lis faeue of tho News that will benefit au. jW If you aro not going, it will while tq read them any i bo worth way. am h I in tho city of Louis- jort. at pitaent. to' i,ii.i. tho news and lots Bullitt, Hardin, Larue, Nelson, Ohio, and several other counties in close proximity to Breckenridge had their election ballots printed by their homo papers Breckenridgo had her's printed in LouiB-villnotwithstanding the fact that the facilities here arc as good, if notbctter,for getting out such work than in any of tho Mu. Joseph Phillips, one of Chicago's counties named. wealthy citizens, was in Cloverport a few days last week. Ho expressed tho opin-o- n Tmni) street from Houston to tho river that our little city was on the high lias been graded and graveled, and is now road to prosperity and wealth. As ho ono of the handsomest streets in the city. had a little of the stuff himself, he would And when the pavements are laid on certainly place a few dollars hero as a both sides it will be still handsomer and judicious investment. a credit to tho city, and also to tho enterprising street committee who had tho and improve Mu. Nolte, Mr. Sulzer's manager, in tliis nerve and grit to city believes in "keeping everlastingly at it regardless of tho adverse criticisms. it." He never misses an opportunity to present his wares to tho public, and does Circuit Court begins at Hardinsit in such a way tlht the peoplo can't burg next Monday, and from tho numhelp being impressed. As a consequence ber of speakers billed to be on hand, tho his store is always crowded, and instead dear people may suffer themselves to be of using tw o or three peoplo to carry on tho talked to death. Judge Flemming, Alex business, as it did two or thrco years ago, Montgomery, Judgo McBeath and others he now employs fifteen and the business will tako tho firey stump and mako is still growing. things hum for awhile. All good Democrats should tako a day off next Mon"The New York Sun, ono of Mr. Clove-lank- 's day and como together and sco how this most bitter opponents for tho thing is anyway. Democratic nomination and a power in New York politics, is now doing all it The Alliance still hold their county can for him and lias this to say of his unions here, but many who attend them speech before the League of Democratic are still with our party. Many good clubs in New York City last week. farmer Democrats joined tho Alliance, Tho preservation of the Constitution of believing that in many respects it was a the United States ; good organization to protect their interTho autonomy of tho States ; ests, but when everything began to tako and freedom of a political turn they pulled out from it. Local elections ; A man's honest convictions of what is Opposition to the imposition of taxes best for his government and his country beyond tho necessities of tho Govern- will always como out when you sound ment, economically administered ; him thoroughly, and in this contest wagTho promotion of economy in all ing now, our party will not lose many branches of tho public service. from the ranks. Such aro tho declared principles and purposes of tho League of Democratic Deafness Can't be Cured Ciubs, and such is tho platform which by local applications, as they cannot reach tho Hon. G rover Cleveland, in his the disposed portion of tho ear. There is speecli yesterday morning at the Acadonly Ono way to cure deafness, and that emy of Music, accepted as tho compre- is by constitutional remedies. Deafness defhensive creed and tho is caused by an inflamed condition of tho inition of truo Democracy. There is no mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. chance for a misunderstanding as to his When this tube gotsinflamedyou havo position. Having recited tho essential a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, articles of Democratic faith, exactly as and when it is entirely closeed Deafness they aro printed above, Mr. Cleveland is the result, and unless tho inflamation went on to say :" can bo taken out and tills tubo restored 'Theso professions embody tho purest to its normal condition, hearing will bo patriotism and tho loftiest aspirations of destroyed forever;" nino cases out of ten Though at all American citizenship. times they should suggest to us the aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing strongest obligation to political effort, but an inflamed condition of tho mucous their motive force, as incentives to poli- surfaces. Wo will givo Ono Hundred tical activity and watchfulness, should Dollars for any caso of Deafness (causcc be irresistible at a time w hen the Constitution is held in light esteem as by catarrh) that wo cannot cure by taking against tho accomplishment of selfish Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars purposes, when Stato boundaries aro free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. liaruly a barrier to centralized power, Sold by Druggists 75 cts. and and when local freedom of elections are tho scoff of partisanship. Thoso who subscribo to tho A Movo in the Eight Direction. creed ot this association, and make any says : " Secretary Tho Courier-Journa- l claim to sincerity, can hardly oxcuso themselves for lack of effort at a timo Buckner, of tho Board of Trade, is in when tho necessities of tho Government, receipt of a communication from the economically administered, havo but littlo relation to tho taxation of tin peo- National Board of Trado saying it has apple, and when extravagance in tho pub- pointed a committeo to tako up tho matlic Bcrvico has become a contagious ter of hotter country roads, and proposes plague." that a meeting shall bo held in Chicago, Resistance to centralization, insistence October at which timo tho matter upon tho right of local will bo considered by delegates from frco from Federal interference, honest Boards of Trado all over tho United and economical administration, and tax- States. Tho local Board of Trado has ation only to tho extent of tho needs of already udopoted resolutions on tho subsuch an administration ; tiiis is all that ject matter of tho call. Domocracy is, and all that Republicanism is not. Mr. Cleveland's platform Piles of People havo piles, but is platform enough for tho. Democratic Witch Hazol Salvo will euro party. them. And tho first duty of Democracy as For sale by Short A Haynes, Cloverport, thus defined is to defeat tho l'orco Bill and Beard & Bceler, Hardinsburg, Ky. scliomo of Republican centralization, Mrs. Lewis Mattingly is visiting in and to make impossible Negro Dominn this city. tion in tho South. e, 10-2- 2, 'B Circuit Court begins next Monday. Tho sick pcop'o hero are all on tho mend. All tho candidates will bo hero next Monday. Mis Tida.Mercer lias been qulto ill for sovcral days. Sam Board was down from Irvington last Saturday. A nico lino of gents undorwear at Hardin & Brown's. Will Hook won tho shell caso at tho shooting match. Mr. Charley Smith, Cannclton, was in town last Saturday. Mr. Graham Eskridgo returned from Louisville Monday. Mr. John Miller, of Ohio county, was visiting hero last week. Excursion on tho railroad to Forepaugh's circus, Louisville Mr. Hardin Beard was hero last week visiting his father, Mr. James Beard. Wo tako tho lead in groceries, notions ,and fancy candies. Hardin & Brown. Mr. W. II. Milby, Republican elector, spoke at the court houso last Saturday. When you como to big court next week give us a call. Hardin & Brown. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Monarch went from hero to the Owensboro fair last Thursday. Mr. Thomas Withers has a clerkship with Beard & Beeler. Go in and sco him. Rev. Dillan, tho now pastor at tho Catholic church hero has been ill for several days. G. W. Stone, the People.s party candidate for Circuit judgo was in town last Monday. Mr. Junius Marshal was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Gibson near Clifton Mills last week. Go to Hardin & Brown's and tako a look at Davie's Sowing Machine. It is ahead of all others. Tho first quarfcrly meeting of the M. E. church South will bo held hero tho fifth Sunday in this month. Rev. L. E. Campbell will preach Miss Laura Sherman's funeral at tho M. E. church, South, next Sunday. Tho storehouse and lot in Stephens-por- t formerly occupied by Hanks Bros., is now for sale. Apply to W. K. Barnes, agent. Mr. Joseph C. Mattingly has finished his new hotel at Glendeane. It is ono of tho be6t on tho railroad between Irvington and Fordsville. The new Baptist church at Jolly's station will bo dedicated the 4th Sunday in this month by Rev. Williams of Leitch-fielA largo crowd is looked for there on that day. Go to S. H. Haffey & Co.'s forclothing. Closing out sale. Every article in this line goes at cost, Remember with every $10 worth of goods, wo givo a fine crayon portrait free of charge The Louisville, Hardinsburg and Western will run a special train to Louisville Thursday, October 13, Belling excursion round trip tickets, including prico of ad mission to Forepaugh's great circus from stations at rates as follows: Fordsvillo $2.20, Mitchell $2.20, Oaks $2.15, Askins $2.10, Ruth $2.10, Rockvaio $2.05, Falls of Rough $2.10, Dempster $2.00, Glen-dean- o $1.05, Jolly $1.00, Kirk $1.85, Hardinsburg $1.80, Harned $1.70, Garfield $1.05, Irvington $1.50. Train will arrive at Louisville at 0.55 a. m. returning leave Louisville 0:25 p. m. This will givo excursion'sts all day in tho city. d. miTimnNT subjects handlkd 1IY A JTIASTEIl PUN. Tahnago says "I am not asking you what you will do with tho years or months or days of your lifo, but what of tho half hours? Toll mo tho history of your half hours, and I will toll you tho Btory of your whole life on earth and tho Btory of your whole lifo in eternity. Tho right or wrong tilings you can think In thirty minutes, the right and wrong things you can say in thirty minutes, tho right and wrong things you can do in thirty minutes, are glorious or baleful, inspiring or desperate. Look out for the fragments of time, they aro pieces of eternity." It was the half hours between his duties of schoolmaster that mado Salmon Chase, Chief Justice; tho half hours bethat mado James A. tween canal-boaGarfield, President. The half hour before you go to business, and the half hour after you return that mako tho difference between the scholar and ignora mus. ts Send your littlo children to bed happy. Whatever sorrows or care3 givo it you may have, mother, kiss as it goes a warm good-nigto its pillow, for tho memory of that kiss in tho stormy years that may follow, will nover bo erased. Nothing can tako away this heart balm "Mother loved mo." Guard them mother, and mako their childhood a happy one, as childhood comes but onco to us all and tho memory of it will cause tho lips, parched with tho world's fovor to become dowy again at tho thrill of youthful memorjes. "Send the children to bed with a kiss and a smilo. Sweet childhood will tarry at best but awhilo. And soon thoy will pass from tho portals of homo. Tho wilderness ways of their life, work to roam." Mr. Spurgeon says: "There isa place for every man, and the way for every man to find that out is to bo himself nnd nobody else and to follow out, under God's guidance tho movements of his own individualities, the singularities of his own nature. If man loved God more, every man would invent something; ho would have a mode of action growing out of his V V ways are tho best in tho world. Firm, clastic, without rocksor Btumps.followlng easy grades and drying rapidly after showers, thoy require only and culverts to make them perfect for man, wheel and beast. The other thrco months, when tho frost is leaving tho ground, during continuous rains, in spring and autumn, or whllo rough frozen nothing worse can bo imaginlncd. Instead of giving facilities for travel thoy aro an obstacle and barrier, being moro impassablo than tho fields and farms, through which they run. Intercourse between neighbors and local traffic are frequently for weoks absolutely suspended by tho tenaccous mud and unfathomable mire. It goes witout saying that this condition is costly, inconvenient and discreditable and ought to bo corre:ted, but permanent improvement cannot bo expected whllo the present shiftless, improvident, and irresponsible methods prevail. Patching and plastering by district and township overseers and supervisors onco or twico a year is waste of money and labor. Intelligent and como prehensive control by tho Stato is and too much should not be anticipated even of this. The public roads of England and tho continent are tho growth of a century, and liko thoso of Rome, were developed before railways had become principal avenues of communication. It should bo remembered also that the climate and soil aro different; tho supply of labor there is greater and the rate of wages less; land is much moro valuable and population more dense. It would be a mistako to attempt to construct in this country immediately a system of macadamized highways like those between Oxford and Reading in England, orBantryBayandKillar-ne- y Lakes in Ireland. The work must bo gradual and public opinion must bo brought by degrees to this high standard. Great irritation results from tho employment of convict labor in competition with private enterprise in the making of boots and shoes, wagons, furniture and other wares. The resentment of mechan ic and artisan and of tho manufacturer is not wholely without foundation. Convicts should not bo supported by public taxation in idleness, thusimpoeingadou-bi- o burden on society and putting a premium on crime itself. A wiser plan would bo to keep them at work on great thoroughfares, radiating from tho capital of each State to its boundaries, and in the preparation of material for their maintenance and repair. side-ditchiindie-pcnsibl- Suits, Trousers. and Overcoats,-,. . , & . . '.. 1: OHxo ? Ron, yoiiIKs nJ Boy 1 with every confidence that in Style, Quality and Finish they will meet the approval of, and command- for us the patronage of, close and critical buyers. - SMART & CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. 2 o,o o o POUNDS MILK WANTED DAILY ! com-menced Death of Ernest Benan. Tho first time in which Superintendent of schools, James Miller, has been called upon to act as judgo, was in a caso that canio up before him last Saturday from Hudsonvlllo district. Mr. J. A. Quig-gin- s and Miss Carrie Moyer were tho contestants. Thoy both claimed tho right to teach tho school in that district under a w ritten contract with tho trustees. Miss Meyer was in possession and had been teaching tho school for about four weeks, but when sho applied for her money Mr. Quiggins contested lior right to tho school. The matter was heard before Superintendent Miller, and proof was introduced pro and con. It developed in tho trial that the trustees had mado a written contract with both the parties for tho school, but the one mado with Mr. Quiggins was signed by ono of tho trustees only on certain conditions. Tho cantract with Miss Meyer was tho first ono made, and Superintendent Millor held that it was the valid ono, and that sho was entitled to the school. Card of Thanks. Stephen-spout-, Ky., Oct. 10th, 1092. Tho relatives of Joo Best, who departed this life, Sopt. 2Gth, wish to express their sincere thanks to friends and neighbors, who so kindly rendered during his last sickness, and who so earnestly sympathized with us in our hours of breavoment. Relatives. in memory of joe. best. 'Call not back the dear departed, Anchored aalv where ttormt are o'er. On the border land we left them Soon to meet and part no more. When we leave this world of changci, When we leave thli world of care, We shall find our mining loved one In our Pather'i mansion fair,' A Friend. A gentleman of this county who has excellent judgment remarked to us the other day that ho know of no pill bo good for constipation, dyspopaia and liver complaint as Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers. Fcr salo by Short & Haynes.Clovornort, and Beard & Bceler, Hardinsburg' Ky. own peculiar capacities; ho would feel Ernest Renan, the celebrated French that his Creator meant to meet a cause historian, philosopher and sage, is dead, by him that would never bo met by any- and tho world loses ono of its greatest body else." minds. M, St. Cere, in his Commercial Cable despatch, describes the great inI havo been very strongly impressed fluence of this son of a Breton sailor over with somo of Mrs. Mattio E. Holden's his countrymen. writings and no doubt, somo of tho readDestined for tho Roman Catholic priesters of tho News are not familiar with her hood, and for a timo a student in one of works, I will quote a littlo from her. She tho seminaries of that religion, Renan's says, "Not long since a littlo child looked inquiries led him into tho ranks of unbein my face and asked, 'Wore you over in lievers. Yet his unbelief was of a mild a fight?' I replied, I am always fight- kind. There was no bitterness in his naing. Fighting tho "old Adam' forever at ture. His was essentially a tolerant spirtho elbow, fighting a small incomo and it. Over his religious opinions there has great demands upon it; fighting old gar- been a great deal of discussion. Ho has ments that refusn to mako over like new; had many to denounce, some to share his fighting flies, and dust and smoky flues views. Leaving out of tho question theoand ignorance; fighting tho problem three logical difference.tho fact remains that tho times a day what under thi rolling sun to dead philologist was tho author of works get to cat; fighting impatienco and sel- that havo attracted the attention of the fishness and lovo of ease; fighting tastes world, and that ho possessed a stylo so that call for more monoy than my in- beautiful that his principal writings seem come; fighting my last year's bonnet, and destined to last as long as tho languago in purso that which thev are written. N. Y. Herald. a miserable littlo skin-flin- t won't yield the where withall for another; fighting bills that mount up like eagles TOBINSPORT. and accounts that run on and never tire." It is no fonder that children see the Mr. Till Groves went to Louisvlllo last scars of many battles in our faces. Alas! weok. how many of us fight tho self Bamo batMr. Tom. Lyons was tho guest of Miss tles. That is why I felt so impressed. Mattie Allen Sunday. MissBlanclio Frank has not yet reThis eame author has also said this about poverty : "To bo poor need not turned from Harrison county. mean to be pinched and starved in spirit. Don't forgot tho barbecuo next SaturThe son of a king has royal blood in his day over in Cloverport. A big timo is veins and it is bound to show itself in expected. royal ways in courtesy, in forbearanco, Mr. Harry Moorman, of Cloverport, in gentleness and sweetness and love. attended the base ball gamo last Sunday How is any poverty going to effect tho evening. soul of ono who is born with royal blood Mrs. Ackerman and family wero visitin his veins. Don't think I mean that a ing her father and sisters last weok in poor woman with a load of drudgeries is our vicinity. going to preserve perpetual affability of Mrs. Minnio O'Neil is spending a few manners and sweetness of spirit. It is truo that poverty will sometimes cast a days this week over in Cloverport tho shadow over the soul and render many guest of her sister, Mrs. Clayton Crosson, Quite a numberof the folks attended homes so dark that it is almost impossible for the soul to blossom forth in amia-bl- o tho party given at Mrs. Ryans, and respeeches and sunny actions, but port a very pleasnt timo. Refreshments thanks to Heaven wo judgo summer by were served in abundance tho averago and not by any special spells Mr. Cass Whitehead and family, Mr. of weather. It is to out credit if wo foot Tom. Lyons, Miss Mattio Allen, Mrs. up a fair avorago by and by. An occa- Minnio O'Neil, Miss Katio Weatherholt sional sunshiny deed and word will count and brother all took a drive through to to our credit, amidst all our environ- the Romo fair. All report; a jolly time. ments of poverty and toil and pain, bo it is not in tho power of poverty to blast a life, that carries' the royal blood in its Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. voins, nor in tho power of old clothes and scrimpy surroundings and low ceilings to render us forgetful of tho "many manWhen Baby woa tick, wa jaTe her Cattorla. sions'' awaiting us. I know that all tho When aha woa a, Child, the cried for CaitorU, love and patienco and courago in tho When ahe became Mlaa, the dune to OattorU, world n6vcryet4put coal into the cellar, When ahe had Children, ahe rare them Caatorla, nor potatoes into tho bin, but I am dumb boforo tho cruel preponderance of suffering in tho world. I am sick of lifo when I seo how hard somo folks havo to work BRECKENRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT of to livo. Charity passes by James Crawford ") tho worthy poor and bestows its alms On Petition, and upon an unworttiy fraction. Tho public Anoabelle Craw ford J Notlee ! hereby glren that Jomei Crawford poor havo hosts of helpers, but alas, for the uncounted host, who mako no sign and Annabelle Crawford hli wife, hare filed their Joint petition, this day. In the Breckentill ridge Circuit Court, pray lag that the laid Its cordial wine The Creamery at Irvington has making butter and is prepared to handle 20,000 pounds of milk daily. r V We will receive all unskimmed sweet milk at the depot at Irvington and issue receipts for same and pay at the end of everj month at the rate r $1.00 pr. Hundred lbs. We will furnish milk cans to thos wanting them at cost. All communications should he address- ed to W. J. Piggott, Irvington,' Ky. -- - .h '..! IRVINBTON CREAMERY CO., IRVINGTON, KY. l'-- ' ! - if" F F Busy Men r "v rlJ Can't you spare a moment at noon time or afterNup-Ape- r to drop in and see oifr V Fall Line of Neckwear, Gloves, Shirts V, ' fc V- - W H T c- - J I & J , , May be you'll buy and may be nof , however, it's no trouble for 'us ,to show you what we have. And perhaps you'll learn" and. Socks. -- r. ' SI! V V5- - !L !? 7. ono-thir- d V something. If it's only for-teminutes or five, or two, or one. Come in. n "Death pours out Slow dropped from misery's crushing preses." I There is no uso talking, neither IJarri-so- n or Cleveland will bo elected unless thoy tako Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers. They havo a "get thore" quality possessed by no other pill. For sale by Short & Haynes, Cloverport and Beard & Beolor, Ilartllnsburg', Ky Annabelle Crawferd be empowered by decree thereof, to me, enjoy, sell and conrey for her own benefit, any property the may own or acquire, free from the claim or debt of her husband ; to make eontraeti, sue and be ined, ai a tingle woman t to trade In her own name, and to dispose of her property by wll or deed. This September 26tb, 1892. H.S. SKILLMAN, Clerk. Sy CLAUPK MKR0F.R, D. 0. MutBiT ic Babkm, Attoroeyi for Petitioner!, E. C. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Babbage, Men's Furnishings, Managor, pi,OVEIlPORT, KY,